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  • Minnesota community kicks out Planned Parenthood that tried to sneak into town A clandestine attempt to set up a telemedicine operation was stopped before getting started.

    04/21/2020 9:47:17 PM PDT · by Morgana · 3 replies
    Live Action News ^ | April 21, 2020 | Calvin Freiburger
    LUVERNE, Minnesota, April 21, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Planned Parenthood’s attempt to quietly establish a new location in a Minnesota town was quickly stymied by community pressure recently, according to local pro-life leaders. Planned Parenthood North Central States (PPNCS) had attempted to “sneak” a new Luverne location into a building shared by an American Family Insurance office and a nonprofit domestic violence group, Students for Life reported. The Rock County Star Herald added that the location was intended to dispense chemical abortions via telemedicine (or “webcam”) appointments, and that neither the AFI office nor the nonprofit, Southwest Crisis Center, knew of...
  • Not just Gosnell: Former abortion workers say untrained staff is common

    12/02/2019 10:11:47 PM PST · by Morgana · 3 replies
    LIVE ACTION NEWS ^ | June 20, 2019 | Sarah Terzo
    House of Horrors” Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell hired untrained workers to administer anesthesia and do other medical procedures, which led to the deaths of two women. But testimony from former abortion workers reveals that the wasn’t alone — other abortion facilities have also used untrained staff. In a webinar hosted by the pro-life group And Then There Were None, several former workers spoke about this. Former Kermit Gosnell worker Adrienne Moton explained in the webinar how Gosnell hired inexperienced people: "Most of us that worked in the back, including myself, had no – we were not licensed at all… His...
  • 'SKYPE ABORTIONS' Women should be allowed to carry out early abortions at home, say medical leaders

    12/01/2019 6:07:58 PM PST · by Morgana · 22 replies
    the sun ^ | Dec, 2, 2019 | Nick McDermott, Health Editor
    WOMEN should be allowed to carry out early abortions at home, medical leaders claim. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has called for easier access to essential healthcare, such as contraception and terminations. It says women should be offered a Skype or phone consultation with a doctor. They would then collect the tablets from their nearest pharmacy and be able to take them from the “comfort and convenience” of their own home. The abortion pill is two separate medicines, mifepristone and misoprostol, which are administered separately. Until last year, those wanting to terminate a pregnancy before ten weeks' gestation...
  • Congressional Bill Would Ban Dangerous Webcam Abortions That Put Women’s Lives at Risk

    11/11/2019 9:16:19 PM PST · by Morgana · 1 replies
    LIFE NEWS ^ | Nov. 12, 2019 | Micaiah Bilger
    A new federal bill aims to protect women from a risky but increasingly used abortion method in which a patient never sees the doctor face-to-face. With the abortion industry largely unregulated and the use of abortion drugs increasing, the Tele-abortion Prevention Act (HR 4935) would require a very basic part of medical care — a physical examination by the abortion practitioner prior to administering the abortion drugs. The Waxahachie Daily Light reports U.S. Rep. Ron Wright, a pro-life Republican from Texas, recently introduced the bill to ban tele-medicine, or webcam, abortions. “Although we currently have protections in place, pro-abortion groups...
  • Court decision frustrates Iowa pro-lifers

    06/23/2015 7:43:10 AM PDT · by Morgana · 9 replies
    onenewsnow.com ^ | June 22, 2015 | Charlie Butts
    Even though 20 states have banned webcam abortions, they remain legal in Iowa, where a court ruling struck down a ban on the practice. The Iowa Supreme Court has overturned a lower court decision that had upheld the Iowa Board of Medicine's ruling against webcam abortions. Jenifer Bowen of Iowa Right to Life says that equates to lawyers sitting on the bench telling the Board of Medicine their business. "One of the justices said just that: Why should we as Supreme Court justices, attorneys by trade, why should we find ourselves to know more than the Iowa Board of Medicine,...
  • Lobbyist at March for Life: Anti-webcam abortions state legislation being finalized

    01/26/2015 3:30:34 PM PST · by Morgana · 1 replies
    idahostatejournal.com ^ | 1/24/2015 | Dave Goins Idaho News Service
    Lobbyist at March for Life: Anti-webcam abortions state legislation being finalized - Members - Mobile Adv BOISE — Right to Life of Idaho is finalizing state draft legislation that would ban “webcam abortions” in Idaho, a lobbyist for the anti-abortion group said Saturday. Co-sponsors of the nascent anti-abortion legislation at the Idaho Legislature include Rep. Tom Loertscher, R-Iona, and Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, R-Cottonwood, said Right to Life of Idaho lobbyist Kerry Uhlenkott after an anti-abortion demonstration in downtown Boise on Saturday afternoon. “We’re just putting some final tweaks on the bill, and then we should be good to go for...
  • Court hears Iowa's constitution 'silent' on abortion (Webcam Abortions)

    12/03/2014 8:09:22 PM PST · by Morgana
    WND ^ | December 03, 2014 | Bob Unruh
    Abortion never was mentioned in the text of the Iowa Constitution. Nor was it discussed during the debates that led to the adoption of the document. While yet a territory in 1839, lawmakers prohibited all abortions, “no matter the reason.” And after statehood, in 1858, the legislature made abortion a crime “at any stage of pregnancy.” “Abortion was so contrary to Iowa’s history, legal traditions and practices that until Roe v. Wade, the Iowa Supreme Court regularly affirmed convictions for performing abortions, without any hint that the convictions violated any provisions of the Iowa Constitution,” explained a friend-of-the court brief...