Over the weekend, a Phoenix news station reported new audio evidence about a baby born alive after a botched abortion.
Today, the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services is hearing testimony on SB 291, legislation which would make September "Pain Awareness Month."
Three summers ago, Wendy Davis rose to political infamy with her pink-tennis-shoe filibuster against Texas' Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
To a lot of folks, the 2016 Election isn't shaping out to be the election year they thought it would be. But as the political elements shift and change, we at Ohio Right to Life remain constant in our advocacy for the timeless and unalienable right to life.
Last month, the American Academy of Pediatrics released a policy statement on the prevention and management of pain experienced by premature babies.
Yesterday, we told you about the urgent need to pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in Ohio. Today reminds us of the continued urgency to pass legislation like this--and the horrors that can occur without it.
Ohio Right to Life saw the introduction of our Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act a year ago. Last spring, we invited expert witnesses from across the state and nation to testify to the fact that unborn babies can feel pain, perhaps more intensely than you or me.
Together, you and Ohio Right to Life bear the beautiful privilege of being a part of the heart that is motherhood. Nineteenth century poet, Robert Browning wrote, "Motherhood: All love begins and ends there."