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."
The Indiana House of Representatives could consider abortion legislation this week.The Indiana Senate approved two bills dealing with reproductive issues. Now, the House could take them up.One bill would prohibit the state from making contracts or grants with organizations that provide abortions.
Marchers are gathering this hour on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., for what's become an annual event — the March for Life rally and demonstration by those who want to see the landmark Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision reversed and abortion made illegal again.