The federal Department of Health and Human Services told the state of Indiana Wednesday that its Medicaid plan, which bans funding to Planned Parenthood, is illegal and must be changed.In a letter sent to Indiana's Medicaid director, Medicaid Administrator Donald M.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has a stack of bills on his desk. But the most controversial he’s likely to sign is House Bill 1210. That one reached Daniels’ office late Friday afternoon.The bill cuts $3 million in federal funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana. The money’s from the
Indiana’s governor has a tough choice to make soon. And it’s not about whether he’ll run for president.This issue is much closer to home.This week, the Republican-led Indiana House voted to approve a bill that would cut all funding to Planned Parenthood.
Blogger Angie Jackson stirred up controversy in 2010 when she documented her abortion via Twitter. Jackson took the so-called abortion pill RU-486 and posted tweets throughout the process. She also uploaded a video about her decision.
Recently, the anti-abortion group Life Always launched a controversial Chicago ad campaign featuring an image of President Barack Obama’s face and the tag line "Every 21 minutes our next possible leader is aborted."