Month: October 2008

Free Speech Now Welcome at Columbia College

LIFE LEGAL DEFENSE FOUNDATION P.O. Box 2105, Napa, California 94558 — (707) 224-6675 NEWS RELEASE Contact: Allison K. Aranda, Esq. (951) 541-9327 Columbia, Calif.: The Campus Life Tour returned to the campus of Columbia College yesterday, just two months after three members were unanimously acquitted on criminal charges of causing a campus disturbance during their April …

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Activists Arrested for Leafletting at College of Alameda

LIFE LEGAL DEFENSE FOUNDATION P.O. Box 2105, Napa, California 94558 — (707) 224-6675 NEWS RELEASE October 29, 2008 Contact: Allison K. Aranda, Esq. (951) 541-9327 ALAMEDA, Calif.—After spending nearly twelve hours in jail, three college-age members of Campus Life Tour were released at midnight tired, hungry, and glad to have their freedom back. The group …

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DON’T ASK, DON’T TELL AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHWESTERN OHIO?

LIFE LEGAL DEFENSE FOUNDATION P.O. Box 2105, Napa, California 94558 — (707) 224-6675 NEWS RELEASE October 8, 2008 Contact: Dana Cody, Executive Director (916) 727-4396 COLUMBUS, Ohio—After reversing the decision that would have allowed Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Ohio (PP) to keep secret their reports documenting whether or not PP is notifying authorities of instances …

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Pro-Lifers Seek to Restrain Illegal Use of Public Funds at University of California

Michael Marcus The current campaign on behalf of Sarah’s Law—Proposition 4, a revised pro-life parental involvement initiative on the California ballot in November—may have removed one of the unfair advantages enjoyed by the pro-abortion side in previous parental notification battles. Dr. John Smith of The Universtity of California, Davis, has written a pointed and well-documented …

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Ask the Attorney: An Interview with LLDF’s new staff attorney, Allison Aranda, Esq.

LLDF is pleased to announce the hiring of a second, salaried attorney as of this past April 1. In addition to Executive Director Dana Cody, LLDF is proud to now have attorney Allison Aranda on full-time staff. Allison is a 1997 graduate of Biola University in La Mirada, California (B.A. in Social Science with a …

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Pro-Aborts Cry Foul as South Dakota Becomes Abortion-Free

Pro-aborts are howling in rage in response to an informed consent law that has effectively put South Dakota’s only abortion mill out of operation. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit ruled on June 27th that the law, which has been working its way through the courts since 2005, was constitutional and could …

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California Schemin’

Jennifer Lahl In an effort to get more eggs into the hands of cloning researchers, the president of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), Alan Trounson, recently suggested the solution to the human egg shortage is to implement an “egg-sharing” program. Rule number one: always BEWARE of euphemisms! At the February 28, 2008, CIRM …

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