Monday, February 13, 2006
Florida pro-life law upheld
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More good news in our crusade for the diginity and recognition of all human life -

A federal judge has turned Planned Parenthood's request to stop enforcing a parental notification law down. The law was declared constitutional and was previously by Florida votes in a 65% appove to 35% oppose ratio.

It remains unclear whether the decision will be appealed, but luckily this law has already taken effect June 30, 2005. These parential notification/consent laws save lives.

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4 comment(s):

del_button February 13, 2006 at 4:20 PM
Anonymous said...

'05 or '06?

del_button February 13, 2006 at 5:02 PM
Matthew said...

Anonymous, this was just on Life News today, so the decision is a recent '06 one.

del_button February 13, 2006 at 5:57 PM
A Secular Franciscan said...

I'm intrigued by the legislatures that are starting to consider laws that will challenge Roe. The hope is that by the tiem they get to the Supreme Court, Alito, and maybe another new judge?, might be enough to allow limits - or even overturn Roe.

del_button February 13, 2006 at 6:28 PM
Matthew said...

I'm hopeful too, Lee. Right now our Court favors abortion by one vote, but luckily it's opposed to partial birth abortions by one vote.

I'm also very hopeful with the successes of 2005 (http://acatholiclife.blogspot.com/2006/01/so-much-donemuch-more-to-do.html)

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