The law provides for a maximum total sentence of 20 years in prison, a fine of $250,000 or both.
An abortion facility in Pennsylvania is challenging the commonwealth’s prohibition on taxpayer funding of elective abortion through its Medicaid program. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court previously upheld the law in Fischer v. Department of Public Welfare.
In 19 years, 50,000 of the 332,000 Pennsylvania women served in the program have been served with TANF funds.
Until 2018, Catholic Social Services had worked in the city for over 100 years making foster care placements.
March For Life partnered with the Pennsylvania Family Institute Announces 2021 Pennsylvania March For Life Speakers
Is Pitt involved in a fetal organ “chop shop”?