Yesterday, our team sat in on the press conference announcing the Ohio Senate's legislative priorities for 2019-2020. Senate President Larry Obhof said this, "As a conservative caucus, we will be focusing on legislation that protects innocent human life." He announced that both the Human Heartbeat Protection Act (S.B. 23) and the Unborn Child Dignity Act (S.B. 27) were priorities, along with other Ohio Right to Life sponsored legislation.
By now, I'm sure you've heard about the absolutely disgusting piece of legislation that passed in New York last week, which will legalize abortion-on-demand in New York, up until birth. This bill disgusted people across the nation, not just ardent pro-life activists.
Every year, in the freezing January weather, tens of thousands of pro-lifers from all across the country gather together, united in their mission: to give a voice to the voiceless, and to protest Roe v. Wade. For 46 years, the March for Life has served as a peaceful witness and a powerful protest of the greatest human rights abuse of our time. This year was no exception.
Remember that old line from Planned Parenthood that abortion is "only three percent" of what they do? We've always known that that wasn't true, but still Planned Parenthood has claimed over the past few years that their focus isn't abortion... Until earlier this week. Buzzfeed ran an article detailing an interview with Planned Parenthood's new president, Dr. Leana Wen. The headline was: Planned Parenthood’s New President Wants To Focus On Nonabortion Health Care.