- Jul 4, 2020
The Supreme Court’s decision May 29 not to hear a case against an Arkansas abortion law, thus letting the state’s restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs stand, will have broad impact, say those on both sides of the issue.
A student at a Catholic school in Connecticut was told to remove a Planned Parenthood sticker from her laptop or she wouldn’t be allowed to re-enroll, her parents said.
The Spanish subsidiarity of the International Planned Parenthood Federation lost its “public service organization” designation in May 2016, when it was discovered the group had been illegally financed for seven years. It has lost its appeal on the decision.
Defendants celebrate the dismissal of 14 of the 15 criminal charges against an undercover journalist who made secret recordings of conversations between Planned Parenthood and tissue harvesters in the trade of fetal tissue of aborted fetuses. The charge for conspiracy to invade privacy has not been dropped.
The Center for Medical Progress recently released a video showing participants at a national abortion convention discussing body parts of fetuses in abortion procedures. Previous videos allegedly showed employees in the abortion industry discussing the sale of body parts from aborted babies.
On Sunday, an agreement was reached between the House and Senate on an Omnibus bill, a funding bill for the rest of the 2017 fiscal year that could be voted on this week. The bill would increase funding for international famine relief, but would not cut funding for abortion provider Planned Parenthood.