After years of protests from pro-life advocates, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation has announced they are halting further donations and grants to Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood says they are alarmed and saddened by the news.
There is a great push taking place for same-sex marriage in America. Jim Schneider noted these and other story headlines that exemplify the serious nature of this push to redefine the biblical family model.
--As of broadcast time legislators were just hours away from floor debate in the senate in order to put the state of Washington one step closer to legalizing same-sex marriage.
--A same-sex marriage bill (SB-6239) that would force church run facilities to open their doors to homosexual couples seeking marriage passed a key committee in the Washington state senate last week. The full senate is expected to approve the bill.
--Starbucks coffee has added its name to the list of major corporations that are supporting same-sex marriage in Washington.
--The governor of Maryland hopes they can become the 7th state with marriage equality.
--Some nations are offended by Obama’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender agenda.
--New Jersey governor Chris Christy has nominated an openly homosexual black man to the high court.
--Senator Al Franken of Minnesota has introduced a pair of bills. S-555 and HR-998 known as the Homosexual Classrooms Act and also as The Student Non-Discrimination Act of 2011, will bring mandatory homosexual lectures to public school classrooms all across America.
To thank the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation for their decision to halt funding and grants to Planned Parenthood call 877-465-6636.
Washington State legislative hotline:
360-786-7550—outside of Washington
To contact your Washington, D.C. legislators regarding S-555/HR-998 call 202-225-3121 or 202-224-3121