House Committee passed the Equal Rights Amendment

The Equal Rights Amendment was passed out of committee on May 16th with a vote of 7 to 5. The next step is a vote in the IL House. If this happens the Equal Rights Amendment will be ratified by Illinois. Then only one more state has to ratify the ERA and it will be sent to Congress to become an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

In Illinois, we still have a chance to stop it.

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December 8, 2015

Abortionists ignore law, parental rights

A pro-life group is accusing the owner of a Kansas abortion clinic of obstructing the police investigation of a teenager who claimed she was being forced to have an abortion.

The incident was uncovered while an Operation Rescue staff member was praying outside of South Wind Women's Center in Wichita, Kansas, and two marked police patrol cars arrived at the clinic on November 11. The pro-life group obtained documentation of the incident, including a desperate 911 call from the mother of the teenager who was frightened when the girl was taken out of school by her estranged father and grandmother, neither of whom had legal custody of her at the time. Her father had set up an abortion appointment, and officers were dispatched to the clinic to check on the girl.

But Cheryl Sullenger with Operation Rescue tells OneNewsNow that the owner of the abortion clinic wouldn't allow police inside the building. She says this is a shocking example of what goes on behind closed doors.

Sullenger, Cheryl"Abortionists believe in a lot of ways that they're above the law – [that] they don't have to comply with the laws that everyone else does,” she says.

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