Randy Feenstra rebuked Iowa Senate Democrats for intolerance after they blocked Diane Clark and Hamed Tewfik’s nomination to the Iowa Board of Medicine.
The Iowa Supreme Court ruled to strike down a ban on “webcam” abortions, where women are given abortion-inducing drugs without an exam by a physician.
ADF submitted a friend-of-the-court brief Tuesday to the Iowa Supreme Court in support of an Iowa Board of Medicine ban on “webcam” abortions.
The Iowa Supreme Court placed a stay on Judge Farrell’s decision allowing the Iowa Board of Medicine ban on webcam abortions while the lawsuit proceeds.
Polk County District Court Judge Jeffrey Farrell ruled in favor of the Iowa Board of Medicine’s decision in August of 2013 to ban webcam abortions.
(Des Moines, IA) The webcam abortion ban bill, HF 2073, introduced by State Representative Matt Windschitl (R-Missouri Valley) was passed out of the Iowa House Human Resources Committee on a 12 to 9 party line vote on Thursday night. The House action comes after the Iowa Board of Medicine voted to end the practice only to […]
Shane Vander Hart reviews Iowa political and cultural news from 2013.
If you’ve ever taken a long road trip (or even a short one) with children, you’ve likely heard that question….”Are we there yet?” It’s a question we ask even now. Are we there yet? Has our state, our country turned back to doing everything in our power to care for the born and unborn, the […]
(Des Moines, IA) Breaking… Polk County District Court Judge Karen Romano ordered a stay of the Iowa Board of Medicine’s recent ruling banning webcam abortions. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland filed a lawsuit against the Iowa Board of Medicine in order to have the ruling overturned. The new rule was set to go into effect […]
A judge will decide on a motion for stay pending judicial review on the recent decision by the Iowa Board of Medicine to end dangerous webcam abortions.
The Iowa Board of Medicine votes 8-2 on a rule that would effectively ban webcam abortions that will take effect on November 6.
Iowa Right to Life announces two prayer gatherings in Des Moines on 8/28/13 for the Iowa Board of Medicine’s hearing on webcam abortions that day.
A group of medical professionals concerned about the safety of webcam abortions, submitted a petition for rule-making to the State Board of Medicine.