Abortion Industry Behind Measure to Avoid Parental Involvement in Abortion
Regarding the following:
If there is no parental notification then how would it be possible for the mother to tell her daughter not to get an abortion
because "your risk of getting breast cancer is increased to 150% and that your aunt Jenny, my sister, had breast cancer
and since it is in the family, your risk now increases to virtually 100% that you will develop breast cancer if you abort your
The above figures are from the study by Dr. Janet Daling, who by the way is pro-choice. To read more on
this go to:
Also, if the child develops symptoms related to a complication of an abortion, excessive bleeding, or a fever from an
infection, how would the parents know that these symptoms are not just that the daughter is having a heavy period and
that the high fever is from an infection in the uterus? These are very serious signs and the girl could well die if the parents a
are left in the dark.
We know that the Abortion Industry doesn't care about the welfare of their patients, but why is it so hard for politicians to
understand that PARENTAL NOTIFICATION IS A MUST?
Well, I should clarify that. It is the Democrat politicians who do not want a Parental Notification Bill, because they are in
the pockets of the Abortion Industry. So, what does that make them? I don't have the words. It's just too mind boggling
and inhumane to comprehend, but then so is their (Democrats) support of baby killing.
And to think that most polls say that Democrats will win the House and the Senate in the November elections. If this
does happen, it will be because good people will do nothing; they will not vote and if they do, it will be for the "Party
of Death," because they will buy into all the Democrat lies. They don't realize the seriousness of this election, that
there's a culture war going on. Good vs Evil. God vs Satan.
Frank Joseph MD
Abortion Industry Behind Measure to Avoid Parental Involvement in Abortion, Says Group
By Gudrun Schultz
CHICAGO, Illinois, October 13, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Efforts to bypass a parental notification law, preventing
minor girls from obtaining an abortion without their parents knowledge, are fueled by the Illinois abortion industry with
no regard for parental rights or the good of the child, the Illinois Family Institute (IFI) has charged.
"There's no compelling state interest to modify the existing law," said David E. Smith, executive director of IFI, in a
press release Wednesday. "This bill serves the interests of the radical abortion industry in Illinois--not girls nor the
parents who love them."
The measure proposed by State Rep. John Fritchey, entitled the "Adolescent Health Care Safety Act," would sidestep
parental notification obligations for minor girls seeking an abortion by authorizing any extended family member over
the age of 18, including siblings, step-siblings, aunts and uncles, to act as authority for the girl. The Act would extend
that authority to members of the clergy, social workers, psychologists, nurses, and physicians.
"HB 5840 should be called the Parents' Rights Circumvention Act," said Smith. "This bill gives unwarranted authority
to strangers, thus blocking parental involvement in this critically important decision in a girl's life. Politicians have no
business intruding on the parent-child relationship."
The Parental Notice of Abortion Act, passed by the General Assembly in 1995, would require a doctor to notify a
parent, grandparent or legal guardian at least two days before a minor girl could obtain an abortion. At the time the
Supreme Court refused to issue necessary rules governing minors seeking waivers of the requirement under special
circumstances, and the law remained dormant.
Last month the Court released a short statement saying it would produce the necessary rules. The law is expected to
take effect shortly.
Referring to the 2000 case of Troxel vs. Grandville, which says that "fit parents are presumed to act in the best interests
of their children," Smith said, "Bypassing parental authority should be allowed only when a parent has been found to be
unfit or there has been an actual finding of abuse."