Planned Parenthood to reinstate abortion services in Kansas City

Planned Parenthood in Columbia, MO.

Planned Parenthood has announced it is reinstating abortion services in Kansas City, Mo., much to the disappointment of pro-life advocates.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services recently issued a license to provide abortion services at the Midtown Kansas City health center. The clinic will be offering medication abortions.

Abortion services also are expected to be restored at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia, Mo., in the "coming days," according to a statement from Comprehensive Health of Planned Parenthood Great Plains.

Report: Iceland population of people with Down syndrome ‘disappearing’

WASHINGTON — Iceland is on its way to "eliminate" people with Down syndrome, a report from CBS News explained, causing uproar in the pro-life community over the high numbers of abortions following prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.

With only one or two people, on average, born with Down syndrome each year, Iceland's population exemplifies what pro-life leaders say is the tragic reality of an abortion-driven society.

Pro-life groups laud the passage of Senate Bill 5

Pro-life groups across Missouri lauded the passage of a bill they say will protect the health and safety of women and unborn children and provide protections for pregnancy resource centers.

Cardinal Dolan slams DNC pledge to support only pro-abortion candidates

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York attended Pope Francis' general audience Feb. 22 in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican.

WASHINGTON -- New York Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan described the recent pledge from the Democratic National Committee's chair to support only pro-abortion candidates "disturbing" and "intolerant."

The cardinal, who is chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities, urged members of the Democratic party to "challenge their leadership to recant this intolerant position."

MO attorney general to appeal judge's decision striking down abortion laws

Missouri's Attorney General plans to appeal a federal judge's decision striking down state abortion laws.

U.S. District Judge Howard Sachs in Kansas City, Mo., on April 19 ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood's challenge of laws that require abortion doctors to have local hospital privileges and abortion clinics be licensed as ambulatory surgical centers.

The ruling follows a U.S. Supreme Court decision last June that invalidated those aspects of abortion regulation in Texas.

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