On May 2, the town of Danville, Illinois became what some have called a "sanctuary city for the unborn." After Planned Parenthood staff announced plans to open an abortion clinic in the town, the city council reacted by narrowly passing an ordinance (8-7), citing a section of federal law that forbids the mailing of abortion paraphernalia.
Posted in Federal, Illinois Politics, next gen, Sanctity of Life
Tagged Abortion, Abortion and States' Rights, Article VI, Constitution, Danville, Dobbs v. Jackson, Kwame Raoul, ordinance, Planned Parenthood, Reproductive Health Act, Roe v. Wade, sanctuary city, sanctuary city for the unborn, Supreme Court, U.S.C. §§ 1461–62
The following bills are scheduled to be heard in the Human Services Committee on March 9th. Please file witness slips for all of them. It only takes a few minutes for each slip and your name will be included among those who supported/opposed the bills.
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged Adam Niemerg, Born Alive Infant Protection Act, HB 338, HB 683, Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, Mark Batinick, Partial Birth Abortion Ban, Patrick Windhorst, Paul Jacobs, Repeal of Taxpayer Funding of Abortion, Reproductive Health Act, Transgender Birth Certificates, Ultrasound Opportunity Act, Witness Slips
What will it take for decent, sane Illinoisans to organize and protest the loathsome laws coming out of the un-mucked out stable in Springfield? Maybe this bill will do it.
On Feb. 19, 2021, State Senator Melinda Bush (D-Grayslake) proposed amendment SB 457 to the “Equitable Restrooms Act.” Her amendment is called the “Equitable Restrooms Act—All-Gender,” which offers a hint to its content. This excerpt from her amendment makes clear what Bush wants:
The purpose of this Section is to promote the privacy, safety, and gender inclusivity of all Illinois residents and visitors. …
Any multiple-occupancy restroom may
What would happen if church members from around Illinois came to Springfield and sat praying in the House gallery each time it met during the spring 2020 session? What could God do in Illinois? That’s what Illinois State Rep. Dave Severin (R-Marion) wants to find out.
Severin is inviting Christians in Illinois to visit the Pray for Springfield Facebook page to schedule a date on the Illinois House calendar to come pray in the gallery. The idea came to him when he was driving home last June following the end of the spring legislative session. The Reproductive Health Act had …
A federal lawsuit has been filed against New York City and the state, too, over their effort to include abortion in civil rights protections.
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sanctity of Life
Tagged Andrew Cuomo, Chris Slattery, Contraception Coverage Act, EMC Frontline, Evergreen Association, Expectant Mother Care, Inc., Reproductive Health Act, SB 25, Thomas More Society, Timothy Belz
It’s official. Illinois is the now the most pernicious state in the country. Governor Jay “Baby Butchery Booster” Pritzker signed into law the Kill-Babies-Bill—euphemistically named the Reproductive Health Act—which has nothing to do with reproducing and nothing to do with health. Instead it enshrines in law that the smallest, weakest, most vulnerable humans have no legal rights and that larger, stronger, arrogant people have an absolute right to kill them. Illinois is now the nation’s bloody altar on which babies are sacrificed to the god of Autonomy that America worships.
At an obscene press conference/celebration of his signing into law …
This afternoon, the Illinois House of Representatives voted 64-50 (with 4 voting present) to pass abortion expansion (SB 25) in our state. "Pro-choice" lawmakers proudly and boldly championing baby slaughter in the name of women's so-called "health."
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged ACLU, anembryonic, Avery Bourne, Bob Morgan, Catholic Conference of Illinois, Darren Bailey, Ectopic pregnancies, Illinois Right to Life Action, Kelly Cassidy, Memorial Day weekend, Mike Madigan, Ralph Rivera, Reproductive Health Act, Robyn Gabel, Tom Demmer, Tony McCombie, Zachary Wichmann
Illinois state lawmakers are on spring break for the next two weeks. Many of them have announced "in-district" work hours. This is a great time to get an appointment with your state representative and senator to talk to them about your concerns, especially your concerns about these extreme anti-life bills which would expand abortion's reach in our state...
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged Chris Emmanuel Welch, Elgie Sims, HB 2467, HB 2495, International Workers' Day, Kelly Cassidy, May Day, Melinda Bush, Planned Parenthood, Reproductive Health Act, SB 1594, SB 1942
To fulfill Governor J.B. Pritzker’s dream to make Illinois a slaughterhouse extraordinaire and the abortion mecca of the Midwest, that ever-reliable instigator of moral mayhem, State Representative Kelly Cassidy (D-Chicago), has sponsored a bill that would put a twinkle in the eye of Kermit Gosnell. The absurdly named Reproductive Health Act—or as I call it, the Baby Butchery Bill, which has little to do with reproducing and nothing to do with health—was introduced in the Illinois House by Cassidy and now has 40 accomplices. Two days later Melinda Bush (D-Grayslake) introduced it in the Illinois Senate. …
Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, and Personal PAC have joined forces, once again, to eradicate any and all limits on killing babies in Illinois, absurdly claiming that Illinois’ parental notice law is “dangerous” and “unnecessary."
The push comes from Governor JB Pritzker’s office and has materialized in the form of two bills. The language has not yet been submitted, but the intention is clear: Leftists want to make baby-killing even easier.
There are two dates on my mind today. The first is January 22, 1973, the day the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade, opening the door for virtually unlimited abortion on demand. Since that day, over 61 million Americans have perished at the hands of medical practitioners who shun the Hippocratic Oath. Let that number sink in for a minute. 61,000,000. That equates to about the total populations of California and Texas combined!
There have been so many deaths from abortion that many Americans are becoming desensitized to the issue. I remember the initial response to Roe …
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged 911 Memorial, Abortion, Andrew Cuomo, Isaiah 49:15, J.B. Pritzker, New York City, Planned Parenthood, Psalm 56:8, Reproductive Health Act, Roe v. Wade, September 11th Memorial, taxpayer funding of abortion, Unborn child