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When Mexico passed its law decriminalizing abortion,Â it took the country by surprise. What also caught the secular press by surprise is that other nationÂ that as had legalized abortions were having difficult finding doctors willing to perform them. NicholasÂ Casey of the New York Times took the opportunity to see how widespread this pattern [â€¦]The post Abortion is Legal in Spain But Most Doctors Refuse to Kill Babies appeared first on LifeNews.com.
National Right to Life, along with Arkansas Right to Life Political Action Committee, have announced their joint endorsement of Senator John Boozman (R-AR) for re-election. â€śNational Right to Life is pleased to endorse Senator John Boozman for re-election,â€ťÂ said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. â€śSenator John Boozman maintained a pro-life voting record during [â€¦]The post Pro-Life Groups Endorse Arkansas Senator John Boozman for Re-Election appeared first on LifeNews.com.
In an unprecedented drop, â€śFewer than one third of Iowans approve of the job Joe Biden is doing as presidentâ€ť according to the Iowa poll. â€śThis is a bad poll for Joe Biden, and it's playing out in everything that he touches right now,â€ť said pollster J. Ann Selzer. The survey was of 805 Iowa [â€¦]The post Joe Bidenâ€™s Approval Drops to 31% in Iowa, 62% of Iowans Disapprove appeared first on LifeNews.com.
Democrats in Congress are pushing forward with an extreme pro-abortion bill that pro-life advocates say would go beyondÂ Roe v. WadeÂ and create federal government-mandated abortion on demand across the country. Reuters reportsÂ the U.S. House Rules Committee voted 9-4 on Tuesday to send the pro-abortion bill to the full House for a vote. Deceptively named the Womenâ€™s [â€¦]The post Democrats Advance Radical Abortion Bill That Would Overturn Every Pro-Life Law in America appeared first on LifeNews.com.
Leaders are still debating whether to hand over privileged materials as survivors and the majority of their own denomination have requested.Months after the Southern Baptist Convention voted for a third-party investigation into how its Executive Committee responded to abuse allegations, leaders failed to adopt the conventionâ€™s terms for the process, deferring to ongoing negotiations between leaders and a sexual abuse task force.The two-day proceedings in Nashville highlighted growing turmoil in the nationâ€™s largest Protestant body and disappointed victims who had held out hope the convention would adopt a thorough outside review to address its missteps.Still up for debate is whether the Executive Committee (EC) will comply with the conventionâ€™s directive to waive attorney-client privilege to allow investigators to obtain relevant documents from EC members and staff. The majority of the EC voted against doing so, with several citing the â€śfiduciary dutyâ€ť to protect the entity and the denomination as a whole.After consulting with additional legal counsel who reportedly advised against waiving privilege, the EC voted to take another week to negotiate on access to privileged information. However, the group also agreed to fully fund the upcoming investigation up to $1.6 million.â€śNot a win, but a step,â€ť tweeted Florida pastor and EC member Dean Inserra, who was among the minority of mostly younger and newer EC leaders who spoke up to waive privilege, as the convention had requested. â€śI promise we tried.â€ťIn a statement, Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) president Ed Litton said Tuesdayâ€™s outcome â€śfell far short of the mandate expressed by the messengers.â€ťAt their annual meeting in June, Southern Baptists approved forming a task force to oversee a third-party investigation of the ECâ€™s abuse ...Continue reading...
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