Northern Irish Assembly Scraps Guidelines that would bring Abortion on Demand

By Hilary White   BELFAST, Northern Ireland, October 24, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Northern Ireland’s leading pro-life group, Precious Life, said they are “delighted” at the outcome of a vote in the Legislative Assembly to scrap Department of Health guidelines that would have made abortion more available.    Precious Life had been instrumental in bringing forward petitions and a motion in response to the proposed guidelines and lobbied MLA’s throughout the summer. The group warned that the draft guidelines would change how the abortion law was interpreted and “effectively legalize abortion”.    The director of Precious Life, Bernadette Smyth, told the Irish […]
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Louisiana Elects Young, Strongly Pro-Life Governor

By Meg Jalsevac BATON ROUGE, October 23, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The voters of Louisiana, known to be one of the most pro-life states in the entire nation, have affirmed that status by electing a staunchly pro-life, Catholic family man to be their next governor.  On October 20, Republican Bobby Jindal, surviving especially vicious attacks against his candidacy, became only the second South Asian descent American ever elected as governor of an American state. He will assume office in January.   At the young age of 36, Jindal has an extensive public service record having served in multiple leadership positions and […]
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