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Jan. 26, 2005
News Conference on Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act Today 
U.S. Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS), a pro-life champion, will hold a news conference today to discuss the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act, legislation he has introduced that will require abortion providers to notify a mother who is seeking an abortion 20 weeks after fertilization of the growing medical evidence that the unborn child in her womb can feel severe and extreme pain during an abortion procedure.

The bill provides that the mother be offered anesthesia for her unborn baby if she goes through with the abortion despite information that her baby will feel excruciating pain.

The legislation has over 30 original cosponsors, several of whom will participate in the news conference, including Senators Jim Talent (R-MO), Tom Coburn (R-OK), John Thune (R-SD), and Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ).

A recent Wirthlin Worldwide poll (November 4, 2004) found that 75% of respondents agreed that women who are 20 weeks or more along in their pregnancy should be given information about fetal pain before having an abortion. (Senator Sam Brownback, Media Advisory, 1/24/05)

Hillary to Speak on Corporal Works of Mercy at Jesuit College (What Next?) 
BUFFALO, NEW YORK: Pro-life leader Stacey Vogel has informed us that Canisius College in Buffalo, run by the Society of Jesus (the order of priests commonly referred to as the "Jesuits"), has invited Hillary Clinton to speak on the subject of the Corporal Works of Mercy.

Buffalo pro-lifers of all religious persuasions are outraged that a Catholic college would provide a forum to Mrs. Clinton, an ardent and outspoken supporter of abortion-on-demand.

The Corporal Works of Mercy are feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, sheltering the homeless, visiting the sick and imprisoned and burying the dead. Senator Clinton certainly shows no mercy toward the millions of babies who continue to be killed prior to birth in this country.

Alumni of Jesuit institutions who wish to voice their opinions can call the President of Canisius College, Father Vincent Cook, at 716/888-2100.

Speaking of Hillary 
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, ever mindful that her Party went down to defeat at the hands of "values voters" last November, "addressed 1,000 pro-abortion supporters in Albany, New York on January 24 and reiterated her support for the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision," writes Gary Bauer in his January 25th American Values Fax Alert.

"But then she caused the crowd to grow restive by urging a new effort to find "common ground" in the abortion debate and added that abortion is a ‘sad, even tragic, choice to many, many women.’ She went on to praise ‘religious and moral values’ for getting teenagers to delay becoming ‘sexually active.’"

Mr. Bauer pointed out that, "The Clintons know the democrats’ association with one million aborted babies every year is deeply hurting their party. Ironically, they may understand that fact better than some Republican establishment types. Does anyone have any doubts that Hillary will run for president in 2008? By then she will look like a ‘centrist’ unless the Republican Party confronts her early and often."

PP Responsible for 250,000 Abortions Last Year 
American Life League’s STOPP International has analyzed the Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s 2003-2004 Annual Report and reveals that, last year, PPFA increased the numbers of surgical abortions at its own facilities by 6.1% to 244,628. STOPP added that the figures indicate that Planned Parenthood has surgically killed 3.5 million babies since 1970.

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