Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Stories from the weekend

I hope everyone had a wonderful Fourth of July weekend. Here are a few of the pro-life stories that I found most interesting, all from

In Kansas, Judge Carlos Murguia has enjoined the state's health and safety regulations for abortion facilities. This means that two abortion centers that had failed to meet the requirements will remain in business as their legal challenge works its way through the court system.

Luis Zaffirini of the National Right to Life Committee recognizes some outstanding volunteers from their recent convention.

Ireland's Rally for Life was a great success, with somewhere between 7000 and 8000 in attendance-- their largest rally yet! Ireland is a pro-life country, but advocates must be vigilant, as the abortion movement is actively trying to turn public opinion against laws that protect unborn children.

Fairfax County, Virginia resident Charisse Glassman faces criminal charges. She is accused of deliberately hitting a pro-life woman with her car during the D.C. March for Life in January. (The pro-life woman is physically okay.) Glassman was running for the local school board, but after the charges became public knowledge, she withdrew her candidacy.

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