The Virginia affiliate of Planned Parenthood threw its support behind Ralph Northam, a Democrat, in August 2017, dropping $3 million and providing close support, deploying canvassers to knock on 300,000 doors and sending mailers to another 400,000 homes.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia confirmed the donation and support to the Washington Post
The Virginia legislature held one of the most shocking testimonies regarding infanticide. That is what it is. You must view the clip to think it even possible Kathy Tran said the statements made.
One may kill the baby up to and including the moment of birth. What is even worse, Ms Kathy Tran, the instigator and creator of the murder bill, dances and obfuscates about what is really in her bill.
Who is Kathy Tran? Another immigrant who brought with her the virus of discontent. Who sponsored her? Another Soros drone? Twelve years in the department of labor and she now moves on into creating an America no longer recognizable.
Kathy Tran’s Website
Kathy has devoted her career to ensuring that all working families have the opportunity to achieve the American Dream. During her 12 years of service at the U.S. Department of Labor, she served in numerous leadership positions, including as the Acting Administrator for the Office of Workforce Investment and the Director of the Division of Policy,
Abortion in the third trimester results in giving birth. The difference is the child has been killed before birth. What barbarity has our Nation fallen too?
This week Dr, Hamada was on Fox. I caught his tweet:
Omar L. Hamada, MD, MBA @OmarHamada
“I want to clear something up so that there is absolutely no doubt. I’m a Board Certified OB/GYN who has delivered over 2,500 babies. There’s not a single fetal or maternal condition that requires third trimester abortion. Not one. Delivery, yes. Abortion, no.”
It only takes a few seconds in the clip to see what she is all about. The questioner doesn’t give up.
Kathy Tran Presents Virginia Third Trimester Abortion Bill in Committee
Published on Jan 29, 2019
Virginia could soon be joining New York in repealing restrictions on abortion, including terminations up until the moment of birth, under the provisions of a bill backed by Governor Ralph Northam and a substantial number of Democratic lawmakers.
The Repeal Act, introduced as HB2491 by Delegate Kathy Tran (D-Springfield), would repeal restrictions on third trimester abortions, allow abortion doctors to self-certify the necessity of late term procedures, eliminate informed consent requirements, repeal abortion clinic health and safety standards, permit late term abortions to be performed in outpatient clinics, remove ultrasound requirements, and eliminate Virginia’s 24 hour waiting period.
Tran’s Repeal Act received its first subcommittee hearing on Monday, in which the legislation’s sponsor confirmed that the bill would apply to controversial late term procedures, similar to the legislation signed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Under questioning from a House subcommittee, Tran said third trimester abortions would face substantially fewer restrictions.
PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL TREASURES
HB 2495 – This bill helps to save our birds and butterflies by protecting the fall cankerworm (caterpillar), an important food source for birds and their young during their breeding and migratory season. (Let’s kill some more trees so we can have bigger and better fires.)
HB 2792 – This bill helps fight climate change and save tax payers money by making it easier for counties, cities, and towns to use solar and other green energy to power locally owned, operated, or leased buildings and land.
HB 2492 – This bill is Governor Northam’s proposal to ban assault weapons in Virginia in order to keep our communities safe.
HB 2537 – This bill protects consumers by clarifying when electric utilities are able to unilaterally terminate power and also establishes appeals process for customers.
BECOMING MORE WELCOMING AND INCLUSIVE
HB 2025 – This bill would ensure that immigrants, regardless of status, are able to obtain authorization to drive if they are able to prove Virginia residency and pass the DMV’s knowledge, road, and vision test.
- 391#18h Funding for costs associated with HB 2025
- 391#38h Funding for costs associated with HB 2025
- 439#4h Funding for costs associated with HB 2025
HB 2494 – This bill protects Virginians’ religious identity by prohibiting the Commonwealth from sharing any religious data with the federal government if that data is going to be used to create a religious database.
CIVIL RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY
HB 2774 – This bill ensures that all Virginians, regardless of English language abilities, are able to participate in our democracy by voting.