1) Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) may introduce his abortion funding prohibition amendment to the Reid health care bill today. The amendment, which will be co-sponsored by Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), will be modeled after the Stupak/Pitts amendment in the House. Senator Nelson also restated Wednesday that he will not vote for final passage of a bill that does not have the Stupak/Pitts language.
2) The Montgomery County (MD) Council held a hearing Tuesday night on a proposed ordinance that would require pregnancy resource centers to post signs saying that the information they give clients is not medical advice. The Council’s Health and Human Services Committee will debate the measure December 10.
3) The young Michigan woman who is suing a doctor for performing a forced abortion upon her is also filing criminal charges against the abortionist. The Michigan Attorney General’s Office will investigate the complaint and decide whether to prosecute.
4) A Madison, Wisconsin Planned Parenthood abortion mill is moving to a new location – in the same building with a public library. There will be a common entrance to the building for those visiting any of the three tenants: the library, the Urban League, or Planned Parenthood.
Remember the case in Florida where the doctor aborted a baby who lived through the gruesome proceedure only to be thrown on the roof in a garbage bag? Well that “doctor” has moved to New York and is slaughtering babies there now.