Louisiana House Approves Bills Banning Dismemberment Abortions, Killing Down Syndrome Babies

Louisiana House Approves Bills Banning Dismemberment Abortions, Killing Down Syndrome Babies

BATON ROUGE, La. — The Louisiana House of Representatives has approved a bill banning dilation and extraction abortions (D&E) and well as a measure that would prohibit killing babies with Downs Syndrome or other survivable conditions, while leaving other reasons for abortion legal. H.B. 1081, also known as the “Louisiana Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion […]

90-Year-Old Former U.S. Senator and Adviser to Martin Luther King to ‘Marry’ 40-Year-Old Man

90-Year-Old Former U.S. Senator and Adviser to Martin Luther King to ‘Marry’ 40-Year-Old Man

HARRISBURG, Pa. — A 90-year-old former U.S. senator and adviser to Martin Luther King, Jr. has announced that he plans to “wed” his 40-year-old male partner on Saturday. Harris Wofford served in the Senate from 1991 to 1995, and was the Pennsylvania Secretary of Labor and Industry from 1987 until his election to Congress. He also […]

Now Sterile Mother Sues After Abortionist Leaves Baby’s Skull Bone Inside Womb During Dismemberment

Now Sterile Mother Sues After Abortionist Leaves Baby’s Skull Bone Inside Womb During Dismemberment

BOULDER, Co. — A mother who obtained an abortion in 2013 after learning that her child had “cerebral abnormalities” has filed a negligence lawsuit against the abortionist for leaving a piece of the baby’s skull inside her womb which resulted in a total hysterectomy—leaving her unable to bear children for the rest of her life. Jennifer […]

Oregon Bakers Ordered to Pay $135,000 for Declining ‘Gay Wedding’ File Argument in Appeals Court

Oregon Bakers Ordered to Pay $135,000 for Declining ‘Gay Wedding’ File Argument in Appeals Court

PORTLAND, Ore. — Attorneys for an Oregon couple that was ordered to pay $135,000 in emotional damages to two lesbians after they declined to provide a cake for the women’s “wedding” have filed their argument for appeal with the Oregon Court of Appeals. This case “is about the state forcing business owners to publicly facilitate ceremonies, rituals, […]

Alabama House Committee Approves Bill to Abolish Marriage Licenses in State

Alabama House Committee Approves Bill to Abolish Marriage Licenses in State

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A House committee in Alabama has approved a bill that would abolish the use of marriage licenses in the state and end solemnization requirements, a move that some believe will remove Alabama from the argument over same-sex nuptials. Sen. Greg Albritton, R-Bay Minette, introduced S.B. 143 in February, which states that one […]

Colorado Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case of Baker Ordered to Make Cake for ‘Gay’ Celebration

Colorado Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case of Baker Ordered to Make Cake for ‘Gay’ Celebration

DENVER, Co. — The Colorado Supreme Court has declined to hear the case of a baker who was ordered to make a cake for an event celebrating the union of two homosexual men, allowing the lower court’s order to stand. “Upon consideration of the Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals and […]

Michelle Obama Criticizes Mississippi Religious Freedom Bill During Commencement Speech

Michelle Obama Criticizes Mississippi Religious Freedom Bill During Commencement Speech

JACKSON, Miss. — Michelle Obama criticized Mississippi’s newly-signed religious freedom bill on Saturday during her commencement speech at Jackson State University, painting it to be antithetical to the civil rights movement and societal “progress.” “We see it right here in Mississippi—just two weeks ago—how swiftly progress can hurtle backward,” she told students during her speech. […]

Tennessee Legislature Fails to Override Governor’s Veto of Bill to Make Bible State Book

Tennessee Legislature Fails to Override Governor’s Veto of Bill to Make Bible State Book

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Lawmakers in Tennessee have failed to override the governor’s veto of a bill that would have designated the Bible as the state book. As previously reported, Gov. Bill Haslam vetoed the bill on April 14, stating that the notion is both disrespectful to the Scriptures and a violation of the U.S. Constitution. “[M]y […]

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