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Huntsville waives zoning rules, allows abortion facility to open next to middle school
2014.08.21 - 12:00am - LifeSiteNews
The city of Huntsville has ruled that an abortion facility will remain open and be able to relocate next door to a middle school, although the waiver it is using to get around city ordinances was granted to another owner for another kind of business 16 years ago.

In a controversial 3-2 decision, the Huntsville Board of Zoning Adjustment on Tuesday night voted to uphold a city manager’s previous decision to issue a building permit to a local abortion clinic that wants to relocate to a larger facility across the street from a middle school. In response, local pro-life activists have threatened to sue, arguing that a conditional zoning waiver granted to the building’s original owners in 1998 should not apply to the abortionists, who plan to use it for a totally different purpose. read more...
BREAKING: Archbishop Coakley Files Lawsuit Against Black Mass Organizers
2014.08.21 - 12:00am - National Catholic Register
Attorneys for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City filed a lawsuit at noon today to stop the satanic black mass that organizers are planning to stage next month in the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall.

The lawsuit asks the Oklahoma County Sheriff‘s Office to retrieve the consecrated host that the event‘s organizers claim to have, and return it to Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul Coakley. The lawsuit also argues that the consecrated host was obtained under fraudulent circumstances, and thus it must be returned to the archdiocese. read more...
Catholic couple fined $13,000 for refusing to host same-sex 'wedding' at their farm
2014.08.21 - 12:00am - LifeSiteNews
The New York State Division of Human Rights (DHR) has ruled that the Roman Catholic owners of an Albany-area farm violated the civil rights of a lesbian couple when they declined to host the couple’s same-sex “marriage” ceremony in 2012.

Robert and Cynthia Gifford, who own and operate Liberty Ridge Farm in Schaghticoke, were ordered by DHR Judge Migdalia Pares and Commissioner Helen Diane Foster to pay $10,000 in fines to the state and an additional $3,000 in damages to the lesbian couple, Jennie McCarthy and Melissa Erwin for “mental pain and suffering.” read more...
One simple way you can save the life of a preborn baby
2014.08.20 - 10:24am - Rob Gasper
“I have a two-year-old granddaughter thanks to your literature.” — F. Bandiera (Waterbury, Connecticut)

“If it had not been for that [article in Celebrate Life Magazine], we are not sure that the baby, who is due in early summer, would still be alive.” — C. Pelletier (Fort Worth, Texas) read more...
Abortion group targets pro-life doctors, nurses with new website: New Zealand
2014.08.20 - 12:00am - LifeSiteNews
Pro-life health practitioners and crisis pregnancy centres in New Zealand are the target of a new website designed to intimidate those who choose not to refer for abortion or prescribe contraception.

The website, My Decision, is created by the Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand (ALRANZ). read more...
Judge rules against use of telemed abortion system
2014.08.20 - 12:00am - Des Moines Register
A judge has ruled that Iowa regulators were within their authority when they voted to ban a first-in-the-nation videoconferencing system that allows urban doctors to dispense abortion drugs to women in rural clinics.

Planned Parenthood of the Heartland had sued the Iowa Board of Medicine, contending that the board's decision to ban doctors from using its system was a blatant attempt to limit rural women's access to abortions. read more...