Former Presidential Candidate Alan Keyes has begun a petition to Outlaw Fetal Tissue “Experimentation”

The Kentucky Senate Wednesday night passed a bill to define life as beginning with fertilization of an egg by a sperm. The legislation creates the definition so people who kill a pregnant woman can be charged with two acts of homicide.

In a just released report, the pro-abortion group “Catholics” for a Free Choice charges the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute (C-FAM) with disrupting UN meetings and attempting to hide its connections to other pro-life groups. “Bad Faith at the UN: Drawing Back the Curtain on the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute” C-Fam responded, “It is an honor to be attacked by such dubious anti-Catholic bigots who have been repeatedly condemned by the Catholic Bishops.”

A group of pro-life University of Houston law students is outraged that the lawyer who successfully argued the landmark Roe v. Wade case in the U.S. Supreme Court has been chosen as their commencement speaker. Sarah Weddington, who argued the abortion case before the nation’s highest court in 1973, was chosen without student input to deliver the May 11 commencement address for the UH Law Center. (Pro-Life Infonet)

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson says he’ll appoint a panel of government researchers to advise him on the scientific issues involved in stem cell research, including whether it could be done without using cells from destroyed embryos.

The American Family Association’s Center for Law & Policy is promising to fight state officials in Delaware who want a pregnant teenager to either have an abortion or give up her baby. The 16-year-old girl is three months pregnant and in foster care. Social workers in Delaware allegedly tried to coerce the young woman into having an abortion against her will. State officials are now allegedly threatening to take custody of the baby after it is born.