Abortionist’s Assistant During ‘House of Horrors’ Trial: ‘It Was Literally a Beheading’

Abortionist’s Assistant During ‘House of Horrors’ Trial: ‘It Was Literally a Beheading’

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — An unlicensed assistant to a notorious abortionist testified Thursday in court against his former mentor, stating that dozens of babies were “beheaded” after their delivery. Stephen Massof was a medical school graduate that spent time shadowing Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell as he performed surgical abortions on women that came to his facility. […]

Virginia Governor Introduces Amendment to Bar Abortion Coverage From State Health Insurance Plans

Virginia Governor Introduces Amendment to Bar Abortion Coverage From State Health Insurance Plans

Richmond, Virginia — The governor of Virginia has introduced an amendment that seeks to bar abortion coverage from being included in health insurance plans in the Commonwealth. “No qualified health insurance plan that is sold or offered for sale through an exchange established or operating in the Commonwealth shall provide coverage for abortions, regardless of […]

Texas Senate Committee Approves Bill to Expel Planned Parenthood From Public Schools

Texas Senate Committee Approves Bill to Expel Planned Parenthood From Public Schools

Austin, Texas — A legislative committee in Texas has approved a bill that seeks to expel the abortion provider Planned Parenthood from public schools in the state. The bill, introduced by Republican Senator Ken Paxton, was approved in the Senate Education Committee by a 6-2 vote. The two dissenting senators were both Democrats: Royce West […]

Former U.S. Surgeon General and Abortion Opponent C. Everett Koop Passes Into Eternity

Former U.S. Surgeon General and Abortion Opponent C. Everett Koop Passes Into Eternity

Hanover, New Hampshire — Former United States Surgeon General and abortion opponent C. Everett Koop passed away Monday morning at his home in New Hampshire. Koop was nominated as surgeon general in 1981 by then President Ronald Reagan after concluding a successful career as a pediatric surgeon. He became known as the first surgeon to […]

Planned Parenthood Continues Attempt to Overturn Wisconsin Law Banning Webcam Abortions

Planned Parenthood Continues Attempt to Overturn Wisconsin Law Banning Webcam Abortions

Madison, Wisconsin — Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin has refiled a lawsuit in an attempt to overturn a Wisconsin law that regulates medication-induced abortions in the state. The abortion provider first filed suit against the government in federal court last year after a new law was passed that required abortionists to first determine whether or not […]

Proposed Texas Bill Grants Doctors Authority to Deny CPR to Patients

Proposed Texas Bill Grants Doctors Authority to Deny CPR to Patients

Austin, Texas — A bill proposed in Texas legislature would grant medical doctors power to decide whether to administer or deny CPR to patients, reports state. Bill 303 is sponsored by Texas state Senator Bob Deuell, the vice chairman of the Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services. “This is about getting a better […]

New York Hospital Ends Forced Abortion Participation Policy Following Investigation

New York Hospital Ends Forced Abortion Participation Policy Following Investigation

New York, New York — A New York City hospital has agreed to change its policies and procedures requiring medical personnel to participate in surgical abortions after it was investigated by the federal government. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a nationally recognized legal organization, contacted the United States Department of Health and Human Services in March […]

Kentucky Senate Committee Approves Bill to Restore Christian Healthcare Coverage in State

Kentucky Senate Committee Approves Bill to Restore Christian Healthcare Coverage in State

Frankfort, Kentucky — A Christian healthcare cost sharing company that was booted from the state of Kentucky last year after it was determined that it did not comport with Department of Insurance requirements may be making a comeback due to a bill approved Tuesday in the legislature. The bill, sponsored by Committee Chair Senator Tom Buford, […]

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