(RNS) Fear of gossip and judgmental reactions routinely prevents churchgoing women who are considering an abortion from first seeking the counsel of pastors or others in their church, according to a new survey by an evangelical polling group.
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(RNS) Laws limiting abortion don’t pay for sonograms or day care, and they don’t feed or educate children.
Courts have been more favorable toward tightened rules for clinics providing abortions. Four of the six laws similar to Texas’, including measures in Missouri and Virginia, have been allowed, at least in part, to go into effect.
WASHINGTON — The justices will decide whether tough new restrictions placed on abortion clinics and doctors in Texas constitute an “undue burden” on women seeking legal abortions and should be struck down.
WARSAW (Reuters) The staunchly Eurosceptic PiS, with a brand of patriotism infused with Catholic piety, takes over from the more secular-minded liberal Civic Platform, which led the country for the last eight years.
Mothers should not have the right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, Carson said, just as slave owners did not have the right to do whatever they wanted to their slaves.
Congressmen accused the group of using funds for abortion and selling fetal tissue for profit but Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards called “outrageous allegations” against Planned Parenthood “untrue.”
DES MOINES, Iowa —The candidates must establish their conservative credentials by voicing opposition to legal abortion, give a “full-throated” endorsement of one-man, one-woman marriage and condemn the U.S Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage.
WASHINGTON — The first in a series of GOP hearings aims to make the case that the organization is illegally harvesting and selling tissue from aborted fetuses, a claim it vehemently denies.