Assembly Speaker Robin Vos won’t give a pro-life bill a floor vote until it has 50 votes, here’s the math that shows he can schedule the bill anytime now.
Four county Republican parties, a former Green Bay Packers star, and a freshman state lawmaker are pushing for the state legislature to vote on AB 305.
Three doctors from the Medical College of Wisconsin tell a Senate committee that a ban on aborted fetal tissue research would be a good thing for Wisconsin.
Judy Faulkner is the founder of Epic Systems, and while her company gets government contracts, she gives large contributions to Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin.
Last week former Planned Parenthood lobbyist and current State Representative Chris Taylor (D-Madison), who recently said that abortions were only a “tiny piece” of Planned Parenthood’s work, issued a press release accusing Republicans of trying to eliminate access to birth control.
Planned Parenthood has only 22 clinics, but receives 100% of federal Title X funds in Wisconsin. Redirecting funds would expand the pool to other providers.
Pregnant women were approached and asked to donate their unborn children if they received an abortion. Researchers used hearts and brains for experiments and credited Planned Parenthood affiliated doctors for helping acquire the tissue.
In the wake of the release of a number of disturbing videos showing Planned Parenthood affiliated workers in other states discussing the price of body body parts of aborted unborn children, there is renewed controversy over the amount of taxpayer money that the organization receives.
Sen. Darling opposes legislation banning the use of fetal tissue from abortions in scientific experiments. She served on the board of Planned Parenthood.
VIDEO: Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director, told lawmakers and the press in Wisconsin that fetal tissue is a profitable business for Planned Parenthood.