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Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Santorum Launches Campaign for Stem Cell Research Institute
Fetal Tissue, Stem Cells & Bioethics

Santorum Launches Campaign for Stem Cell Research Institute

Last week, Former GOP Presidential candidate Rick Santorum returned to Iowa.  This time he was not there to campaign for public office but to instead announce his new position as the official spokesman  for the Give Cures campaign.  The Give Cures campaign is the John Paul II Stem Cell Research Institute’s “national gift campaign that raises funds to advance ethical, non-controversial stem cell research to find cures or therapies, and provide education.” 

Parents in Forced Abortion Case Seek Justice
Life & the Law

Parents in Forced Abortion Case Seek Justice

This past week it was announced that the husband of Feng Jianmei, a Chinese woman forced to undergo an abortion in the seventh month of her pregnancy, has made known that he and his wife want the family planning officials responsible for the forced abortion to face criminal changes. 

North Carolina Eugenics Restitution Cut from Budget
Life & the Law

North Carolina Eugenics Restitution Cut from Budget

For months it has seemed that the recompense due to the victims of the horrific North Carolina Eugenics program was assured.  The measure to award a monetary compensation to these people whose human dignity has been so grossly violated seemed only just and entertained enthusiastic support from North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue, the State House of Representative, and a large number of average North Carolingians.  However, despite the outpouring of support for this measure, the compensation packages were not included in the Senate’s budget.

Pregnancy, Preventive Services and Cost Saving: An Ethical and Economic Mirage
Maternal & Public Health

Pregnancy, Preventive Services and Cost Saving: An Ethical and Economic Mirage

On March 21,2012 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published the final version of its advanced notice of proposed rule making (ANPRM) for mandatory preventive services coverage under the Affordable Care Act (77 Fed.Reg.16501).

CLI and SBA File Comment on HHS Mandate
Life & the Law

CLI and SBA File Comment on HHS Mandate

Today the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), the education and research arm of Susan B. Anthony List (SBA), joined with SBA in filing a comment on the preventive services mandate included in the Affordable Care Act.  The comment calls on HHS to rescind or amend the rule to exclude all conscientious objectors from its provisions requiring employers to make abortion-inducing drugs available to their employees at no cost.

Rise of Repeat Abortions in the UK a Cause for Concern
Maternal & Public Health

Rise of Repeat Abortions in the UK a Cause for Concern

 According to the Telegraph, information from the National Health Service (NHS) shows a significant jump in the number of repeat abortions occurring in England and Wales.  According to the NHS, 36% of all abortions performed in 2011 were performed on women who had already had at least one abortion. That is a total of 68,105 women, which is a 2% increase from 2010 when the number stood at 64,303.  This is the largest jump in the number of repeat abortions in one year.

Sex-Selection Abortion: Worldwide Son-Bias Fueled by Population Policy Abuse
Life & the Law

Sex-Selection Abortion: Worldwide Son-Bias Fueled by Population Policy Abuse

A growing number of legislative bodies worldwide and an increasing number of American states are adopting laws against abortions performed solely on the basis of the sex of the unborn child.  This global phenomenon, nearly always carried out against female children developing in the womb, has resulted in an estimated deficit of 163,000,000 girls (Hvistendahl, 2011). 

Fetal Pain and a Benevolent Society
Abortion

Fetal Pain and a Benevolent Society

The Subcommittee on the Constitution of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee in 2012 held a hearing on legislation that would ban abortions in the District of Columbia after 20 weeks fetal gestation, based on the ability of the fetus to experience pain at that point and beyond.

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