Governor Gray Davis has received a reward for being committed to abortion. Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP) is proud to announce that Governor Gray Davis has been selected as the recipient of the 1999 Ades Award, presented to a man who has gone beyond the call-of duty on behalf of reproductive freedom. He will accept this award at Comics Choice 8 on Sunday, October 17, 1999 which begins at 7 PM. (PR Newswire)
The Conservative News Service issued a revealing report today indicating that at a time when the pornography industry is becoming a sophisticated, billion dollar industry, family groups and congressional leaders are charging that the Clinton administration has put the brakes on obscenity prosecutions.
A clause that would bar abortion promoters from receiving funds has been dropped from a $12.6 billion US foreign aid bill.. (NJ.com)
The Washington Times reports today that the chief executive officer of the Miss America Organization has been fired, after he allowed women who have had abortions and divorces to be contestants.
Pro-lifers in Maine have begun television ads against partial-birth abortion. (Boston.com)
The Philly Inquirer reports today that the New Jersey Supreme Court said yesterday that the state’s new law requiring parents to be notified when a pregnant minor seeks an abortion involves “substantial constitutional issues” and kept it on hold pending a full hearing.