Wesley J. Smith, an attorney for the Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, reports that the number of “angels of death” who stalk hospitals looking for dying patients they may “dispatch” is much more common than expected.

The Washington Post reports that “the Bush administration will delay action on parts of its plan to channel more government money to religious charities until it can quiet some of the surprisingly vehement opposition to the program.”

Partial-birth abortionist LeRoy Cahart, who successfully took the case for allowing partial-birth abortion in Nebraska to the US Supreme Court is now suing the University of Nebraska for wrongful dismissal.

The governor of New Mexico has signed a ban on partial birth abortions into law. Governor Gary Johnson signed the measure, which is meant to take effect May 17. The law makes the performing of such abortions a fourth-degree felony unless it is deemed necessary to save the mother’s life or to prevent “great bodily injury”. [ABQjournal, 6 March]

(as reported by the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children)