Vic Eliason presented listeners with information on the following news stories and then provided time for comment:
--A survey by the U.N. International Health Organization shows surprising statistics that reveal just how blessed the U.S. is compared to other nations when it comes to health care treatment and equipment availability.
--Few of President Obama’s cabinet members and advisors have come out of the business world compared to past U.S. presidents.
--There is pro-life legislation (HB-125-the Heartbeat Bill) that has passed the Ohio House of Representative and sits in the Senate that would ban abortions on any unborn child with a detectable heartbeat and its opponent is Ohio Right-to-Life.
--A New Jersey ministry is said to have engaged in violating the state’s non-discrimination law by refusing to conduct a same-sex civil union ceremony.
--President Obama to take on Benjamin Netanyahu after the presidential election.
--A Mississippi woman is awarded a $600,000 settlement for an abortion that left her in a coma.
--Tim and Beverly LaHaye endorse Newt Gingrich.
--Rockford, Illinois, abortion clinic will not reopen due to lack of support.
--Supreme Court allows for ministerial exception in discrimination case.
For contact information regarding the Heartbeat Bill in Ohio: