Fr. James Martin is a False Teacher, Must be Rebuked by All Faithful Catholics, by Matt GaspersAugust 5, 2019
Bearing With Infirmities, by Anthony EsolenAugust 5, 2019
By Rachel del Guidice, The Stream, August 5, 2019
Beginning Monday, pro-life activists are renewing efforts to convince members of Congress, home for the August recess, to support a vote on legislation that would protect babies who survive abortions.
In the House, Democrats in the majority have blocked Republicans 80 times from setting up a vote on the “born-alive” bill that would protect babies who survive abortion procedures.
Most Americans, however, support a requirement that medical personnel not leave a newborn to die after a failed abortion attempt, Marilyn Musgrave, a Republican who represented Colorado’s 4th Congressional District in the House from 2003 to 2009, told The Daily Signal in a phone interview.
“We’ve done polling on it showing 77 percent of voters support legislation like [Rep. Ann] Wagner introduced,” Musgrave, now vice president of government affairs for the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, said in the interview Friday.