(Worthy News) - The Senate is poised to vote Monday on a bill to defund Planned Parenthood brought by pro-life Republicans even as pro-choice groups take to federal court to stop the release of more graphic undercover videos on the fetal tissue business, the Washington Times reported.
The bill would strip Planned Parenthood of its half-billion dollars in annual federal funding, a vote that puts swing state Democrats in a political bind even if the measure fails to meet the 60-vote threshold needed to overcome a filibuster.
Also on Monday, a federal judge in San Francisco will weigh whether to impose a long-term ban on the center’s release of undercover footage from the National Abortion Federation’s closed meetings. [ Source ]
How the abortion tide turns
A new Facebook profile photo is beginning to spread on the Internet, especially among members of the rising millennial generation. It’s a picture of a baby within the womb. Superimposed on the baby is an equal sign.
Equal rights for the unborn. Now there’s an idea whose time has come.
America is undergoing a major cultural shift in favor of life. While the abortion rate has been falling for more than 20 years, the trend is accelerating sharply; according to an Associated Press survey last month, the abortion rate dropped by 12 percent since 2010. [ Source ]