1) "In a potentially groundbreaking decision, the Supreme Court nullified a federal court ruling against the University of Notre Dame on the HHS contraception mandate and sent it back for reconsideration by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals." And "The contraception mandate “violated our religious beliefs by requiring Notre Dame’s participation in a regulatory scheme to provide abortion-inducing products, contraceptives, and sterilization,” Browne stated." And "The Becket Fund, which supported the university in a “friend of the court” brief, called Monday’s ruling “a major blow” to the mandate and a “strong signal” that the Court will uphold the religious freedom of institutions like Notre Dame in similar cases."
2)[About Montana pending legislation] : Under House Bill 425, personhood status would be granted to all humans at conception. This would be a game changer for the abortion issue, because current laws do not define the unborn as a person, so personhood rights do not apply.
"The scientific community, the religious community, virtually everyone that has looked at this issue has concluded that life begins at conception. There's a number of reasons for that and there's substantial evidence supporting that," said State Rep. Matthew Monforton (R-Bozeman)." And :"House Bill 587 aims to require a doctor be physically present when prescribing an abortion-inducing drug. It would make prescribing over the phone, or telemedicine, illegal."
3) 7) "CHARLESTON - The West Virginia Senate on Friday voted to override Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's veto of an anti-abortion bill.
The Senate voted 27-5 with two absent and not voting to overturn the veto of House Bill 2568, also known as the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The bill prohibits abortions after 20 weeks, the point where proponents of the bill say a fetus can feel pain."
And article about that veto that was over-ridden by Legislature: http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2015/03/west-virginia-gov-tomblins-veto-is-a-total-abandonment-of-unborn-children
4) Quote: "“My policies throughout my career have earned a 100 percent rating with pro-life groups in Wisconsin,” Walker wrote in a letter to the Susan B. Anthony list. “As the Wisconsin legislature moves forward in the coming session, further protections for mother and child are likely to come to my desk in the form of a bill to prohibit abortions after 20 weeks. I will sign that bill when it gets to my desk and support similar legislation on the federal level.” And "Walker, the son of a Baptist preacher, attributed his position against abortion to have been influenced by his parents.
“Life is a value I learned from my parents, and it’s a value I have cherished every day, predating my time in politics,” he wrote in an open letter. “… I will continue working for every life.”
5) Purdue Univ video for pregnant women on campus "you are not alone" video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SR42Ryy3ck
6) http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2015/03/missouri-pro-lifers-say-show-me-life "At the rally, I reminded those gathered that Missouri has a long history of challenging Roe v Wade. It was a Missouri law that was upheld by the Supreme Court in 1989, Webster v Reproductive Health Services, that sent shock waves through the abortion movement. News articles were written that the nation’s abortion law had been weakened; Roe v Wade should no longer be considered “settled law.”
7) Hurray for Texas State Rep Jonathan Strickland who said :"“Organizations that murder children are not welcome in my office,” the Republican said " . And he posted a sign with "former fetus" on his door! http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/mar/12/former-fetus-sign-causes-quarrel-between-republica/
8) "The New Mexico House of Representatives has passed a second [restriction on] abortion bill, this one requiring parental notification within 48 hours when a minor is seeking to end a pregnancy.
The 39-28 vote came after nearly three hours of debate. Earlier in the evening, House voted 42-26 to approve a ban on late-term abortions following another four hours of commentary. Both bills now head to the Senate." An abortionist failing to get parental consent "a physician would face a civil penalty of at least $5,000 and his or her license would be taken away for at least a year."
Read more here: http://www.sunherald.com/2015/03/06/6107372/new-mexico-house-to-take-up-abortion.html#storylink=cpy
. 9) Video on imagining the people killed by abortion, as if they had lived: http://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/news/2015/03/how-to-change-hearts-on-abortion-in-under-one-minute
10)University of Alberta Go life student group protests : "The university says Go Life has the right to free speech like any other student group on campus."http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/anti-abortion-display-divides-university-of-alberta-students-1.2978188
11) Oppose euthanasia: "Robert Buchanan, a neurosurgeon at the University of Texas in Austin and a psychiatrist, said that every person he spoke to who "had a failed suicide attempt would wake up from trying to kill themselves and say, 'I'm glad that didn't happen. I'm glad to be alive.'"
"But where there is this organized euthanizing process" that administers a lethal injection, "there is no chance for a second chance," he said."http://www.thebostonpilot.com/article.asp?ID=173377
12) Also see:
https://sites.google.com/site/msgloriapoole/ [little blue feet art ]
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As always this blog and all content on it belongs exclusively to me Gloria Poole, RN, artist of Missouri and I own all rights to it. I do not have a son, and I have only 2 grown daughters named Jennifer and Leigh who also have minor children of their own. I am adding some of my photos and art I created to this blog specifically to define me and what I believe; below:
This is my signature I created in digital ink for a personal logo for this year.
This is one of my photos of the U S flag I photographed on walkabout to remind all I am a U S citizen with all civil liberties including freedom of Press, freedom to worship THE LORD GOD, and freedom to associate with whomever I want or not to associate with those GOD labels "abomination" and freedom to protest governments.
This is my hand on one of my christian cross necklaces in selfie from 2014 to remind all that I am Southern Baptist Christian and do not make nor worship images of GOD, and do not bow down to any idol or man-made thing in keeping with GOD's commandment in Exodus 20:13, KJV.
This is my copyright notices or my cameras, cell phone cameras and for my name written in several ways as I write it on the web.