On Tuesday, France’s Deputy Education Minister Segolene Royal explained the rules regarding his government’s introduction of the abortifacient morning-after pill in schools. AP notes that school nurses will only be allowed to prescribe the pill in exceptional cases and only if a doctor or family planning center cannot be reached immediately. (Washington Post)

In public consultations in Hobart Australia Monday, the Australian Dr. Death, Philip Nitschke,  revealed that he would offer his murderous services in Hobart in the coming year. A Naples news report circulated by Pro-Life E-News notes that Tasmanian doctors slammed Dr Nitschke’s advice and right-to-life campaigners said the man tagged “Dr Death” was not welcome.  

EWTN News reported yesterday that Father Richard Welch was re-elected as President of Human Life International for a third consecutive term.  

C-fam has released an analysis of the UN’s dangerous Convention on the Elimination of All Kinds of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) with comment by Kathryn Balmforth, civil rights attorney and director of the World Family Policy Center. (EWTN)

AP reported Monday that highly popular radio talk show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger threw her support behind “Choose Life” licence plates in Florida. Noting that the proceeds from the tag would support adoption, Dr. Laura said: “It’s real important for you people who are pro-choice to act, because adoption is a choice, I’m asking you to be true to your word.” (Orlando Sentinel)

An AIDS conference hosted at the Vatican by the Pontifical Council for Health Care concluded that the most effective method of fighting the spread of AIDS is “education in moral principles.” While the Church’s first focus should be on AIDS prevention by education in abstinence outside marriage, and fidelity within marriage, the Church also remains heavily involved in care for AIDS victims. (EWTN)