Abortion Information

Will The First Vice Presidential Debate Cover Abortion? It's Entirely Possible


Will The First Vice Presidential Debate Cover Abortion? It's Entirely Possible
Romper

After a riveting first presidential debate, voters are hungry to see more of the major party nominees argue their respective view points on the same stage. The vice presidential debate will be held this upcoming Tuesday at Longwood University in Virginia between Republican vice presidential nominee and current Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine will provide just that platform. The candidates' stances could not be more different from each other and the impending showdown will no doubt provide just as many fireworks as the first presidential face-off. So what issues will be covered on Tuesday and will the first vice presidential debate cover abortion â a controversial topic for two religious vice presidential nominees?Anything can (and likely will) happen at the vice presidential debate, which was made very clear by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's performances during the first presidential debate last week: No one expected Trump to lose his cool, and according to The Atlantic, no one expected debate moderator Lester Holt to ask Clinton about potentially losing the election.

full story

 read more

Related news

Hearing on fetus burial rule is latest in abortion battle
FOX 7 Austin - August 4, 2016

Governor Greg Abbott, last month, proposed a new rule to require abortion providers to dispose of fetuses by burial or cremation. Abbott's call came shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down tough abortion regulations passed by state lawmakers in 2013. Thursday ...

more

An ideological battle on abortion erupts in the Carmel High School cafeteria
Indianapolis Star, Indiana - March 10, 2017

An ideological free speech battle between two Carmel High School student groups on opposing sides of the abortion debate has taken yet another twist.This time, a group of students who support abortion rights is suing Carmel Clay Schools in federal court ...

more

Sasse, Stanek urge passage of Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act
Live Action News - June 13, 2016

Despite the fact that Americans on both sides of the abortion debate were horrified to learn about Gosnellâs cruelty, federal law does not adequately protect a born child who survives an abortion. Some say these protections are unnecessary, but we know grim reality ...

more

Alabama law may help end ignorance about abortion
al.com, Alabama - September 21, 2016

J. Pepper Bryars, who grew up in Mobile and lives in Huntsville, is a conservative columnist for AL.com. Contact him at www.jpepperbryars.com.They say that ignorance is bliss, but it's also the only thing that's keeping abortion-on-demand legal in our nation.Truth ...

more

HHS Says States Must Give Federal Dollars To Abortion Providers
Daily Caller, District of Columbia - September 20, 2016

Because of a law that prohibits federal money from being used for abortion (the Hyde amendment), Title X funds that go to abortion clinics can’t be used directly for abortions anyway. However, giving the funding to these clinics frees up more of their money for ...

more

More

Trending today

Stop turning lies into anti-abortion laws: Column

A new report from the Guttmacher Institute shows that Texas and Kansas top all 50 states in ...

Texas House Approves New Limits on Abortion

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas' Republican-controlled Legislature has advanced tough new limits ...

Pregnant at 18. Hailed by Abortion Foes. Punished by Christian ...

The Christian school that Maddi Runkles attends in Maryland barred her from participating in ...

Forcing women to have children is akin to slavery, says a devoutly ...

Here, Parker is worlds away from his workaday life, which takes place in the besieged abortion ...

Who Should You Listen to on Abortion? People Who've Had Them

She asked for an abortion doula because she wanted unconditional support, no matter what she ...

Local Updates

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming