Tag: Abortion

Action Alert: Fetal Heartbeat Legislation (HB.366)

Have you ever considered when life begins? The Governor will soon be taking action on House Bill 366 (HB.366), a pro-life bill that takes a stance on when life begins. Some propose that a sign of life is determined by detecting a heartbeat. At this moment, life begins. Much like one indicator of death is no…

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2021 Legislative Update: Week 13

EDUCATION New Legislation: House Bill 377 would protect free speech and prohibit K-12 teachers and professors of higher education institutions from requiring students to adopt a position on any issue personally. It promotes non-discriminatory practices in the classroom and allows for funds to be retracted from a school if there is a violation of this…

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2021.02.04 | Webinar: The Indoctrination and Sexualization of Children – Planned Parenthood at the Forefront

You are likely aware that International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) with its affiliates in over 170 countries is the largest abortion provider in the world. But were you also aware that IPPF is the largest purveyor of harmful comprehensive sexuality education that sexualizes children and indoctrinates and radicalizes youth with their harmful sexual and gender…

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House Bill 17 (2021): Public Funds, Abortion, Prohibit

House Bill 17 (H0017) seeks to limit funding to abortion providers.  It would ban tax funding being sent to abortion providers.  This bill would also prohibit and public contracting or public funding of any nature to a facility or organization that offers abortions.  This would apply to state, city, and county governments as well as…

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As easy as ACB: Why Amy Coney Barrett’s Nomination to the Supreme Court Must Be Confirmed

As you might expect from someone who hails from England, I feel no personal loyalty towards either Republicans or Democrats. I care far more about the principles which unite us: principles which underpin the functioning of society and the nature of our respective justice systems.  Let’s put aside, for one moment, what we believe about…

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2020 Legislative Update: Week Eight

State Constitutional Amendment Speaker of the House Scott Bedke and other legislators have sponsored a resolution that would permanently set the number of legislative districts in Idaho at 35. Currently, the Idaho Constitution allows between 30-35 districts and for the last 30 years, there have been 35 districts. This resolution passed the Senate State Affairs…

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2020 Legislative Update: Week Seven

Buzz topics for week seven of Idaho’s 2020 Legislative Session include state constitutional amendments, abortion, family, taxes, and more. Read below to learn more about some of the noteworthy bills and resolutions that presented or discussed this week in Boise! State Constitutional Amendments This week two different proposals to amend the State Constitution have progressed…

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Bill Alert: Is Idaho’s Religious Liberty is Under Attack?

Do you think it’s fair to require someone to provide a service that goes against their religious beliefs? The answer should be a hard no. Forcing someone to go against their deeply rooted religious convictions is an attack on their freedom. However, recently in society, the question “how far does religious liberty extend?” has become a huge topic among…

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07.03.2019: Administrative Rules Deadline

Recently, we posted an article regarding the unique opportunity to review and call for public hearings on the Idaho Administrative Code. Since the legislature did not renew the code during the 2019 legislative session, all 8,200 (+) pages of rules, fees, and regulations are open for public comment and action! You may request a public…

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