Like many working for the pro-life cause, I read the story about Planned Parenthood selling babies' organs with little surprise. Disgust, heartbreak, and a sick stomach, sure--but surprise?
The stories we tell—our real experiences of good people doing good things—can change hearts and minds fundamentally. It seems like the more good stories we consume, the more good stories we want to generate.
The mission of Ohio Right to Life is to protect every innocent human life from conception until natural death--regardless of race, sex, or any chromosomal distinction. (Isn't it interesting how the other side tries to claim inclusion, diversity, and equality as their values?)
Yesterday, the House Committee on Community and Family Advancement heard opposition testimony on our Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act which protects pre-born babies from the discriminatory violence of abortion.
As you know, our Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination is quickly advancing through committee hearings in the Ohio House of Representatives. Today, the House Committee on Community and Family Advancement will hear opposition testimony on this bill that protects pre-born babies from the discriminatory violence of abortion.
Last week garnered both setbacks and gains for the pro-life movement in Washington, D.C. First and foremost, we have to express our gratitude toward Senator Rob Portman, Congressman Jim Jordan, and their staffs, for the tremendous hospitality that they showed to Ohio marchers during such an eventful week. While we are disappointed at the fallout over the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, we want to update you on some positive pro-life activity in our nation's capital.