- Arizona approves surprise inspections of abortion clinics
- Oklahoma restricts abortion drugs
- Nova Scotia considers presumed consent for organ donation
- Fmr employee: Oregon officials had to know they were incinerating babies, ‘there was so much blood’
- Popular Christian music artist of "Jars of Clay" comes out in support of homosexual ‘marriage’
- Pope Francis: ‘Abortion compounds the grief of many women’
A new piece of legislation signed by Arizona’s Republican Governor will allow health officials to conduct surprise inspections of the state’s nine abortion clinics.
Oklahoma’s Republican Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill Tuesday restricting the use of abortion-inducing drugs in the state.
The Nova Scotia Health Minister stated on Thursday that the province is considering reversing its organ donation procedure to one that presumes consent of the deceased, something one expert has said “would give more power to the unethical physician.”
A former temporary worker at the Oregon plant accused of incinerating aborted babies has said county officials “had to” know the facility generated power by burning fetal tissue.
n a series of assertive Tweets yesterday, Dan Haseltine of the popular band Jars of Clay took to his Twitter account and came out in support of homosexual 'marriage,' citing that he does not "particularly care about Scripture's stance on what is 'wrong.'"
In his “ad limina” visit with the Bishops of the South African Bishops Conference, Pope Francis emphasized that “abortion compounds the grief of many women” and that marriage, which he said is a "lifelong covenant of love between one man and one woman," is “disintegrating under tremendous pressure from the secular world.”