US Political Platforms: Stark Contrast on Abortion
The political platforms of the Republican and Democrat parties reveal a stark contrast on abortion with Republicans seeking a human life amendment to the constitution while the Democratic Party seeks unfettered access to abortion in the US and around the world, funded by US taxpayers. ...MORE

US House of Representatives Passes Pro-Life Conscience Protection
The US House of Representatives voted to protect the rights of all health care entities who refuse to participate in abortion. ...MORE

Holy See to World Humanitarian Summit—“There is no right to abortion”
Pietro Cardinal Parolin, Secretary of State for the Vatican, led the Holy See delegation to the first World Humanitarian Summit, an initiative of the United Nations, and presented the Holy See’s statement “Uphold the norms that safeguard humanity” which stated the core belief shared by many countries that “there is no right to abortion.” ...MORE

Hillary Clinton Calls for Global Access to Abortion
In a video message yesterday, U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addressed the last day of the Women Deliver 2016 conference in Copenhagen, self-described as "the world's largest global conference on the health, rights, and well being of girls and women in the last decade", and the first such gathering since the launch of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). ...MORE

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