Wednesday, March 4, 2020:
Here are the latest headlines, brought to you by The Christian Post.
— W.Va. gov. signs law requiring doctors to help babies born alive after abortion
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice signed a bill Monday that requires abortionists and doctors to provide medical care for babies who survive an abortion.
Governor Justice said signing the legislation was “an absolute no-brainer” because he believes every human life “is a gift from God.”
The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act passed the West Virginia Senate and House with overwhelming support.
— Christian band Tenth Avenue North splitting up, announce farewell tour
Award-winning Christian band Tenth Avenue North are they're going their separate ways after over a decade of making music and touring together. The bad said the separation is amicable as they pursue other dreams in their loves.
Tenth Avenue North has sold over 1-and-a-half million albums and had multiple No. 1 radio hits over the last 10 years. The band got their start in Palm Beach, Florida. The band kicked off their “Finally Living Tour” this month and are calling it their “final farewell tour.”
— Parents petition PBS over lesbian moms in 'Clifford the Big Red Dog' reboot
Parents are speaking out against the reboot of “Clifford the Big Red Dog” for featuring a recurring same-sex couple. The PBS Kids series, which is also on Amazon Prime, has introduced two mommies as the parents of a character named Samantha, a friend of the main character, Emily Elizabeth.
One Million Moms, a division of the American Family Association, stated recently. “PBS KIDS should stick to entertaining and providing family friendly programming, instead of pushing an agenda.”
The introduction of a lesbian couple comes as PBS’ “Sesame Street” announced that it will be featuring Billy Porter, an openly gay actor known for his “gender-fluid” fashion, in the upcoming season of the series.
— Tavistock gender clinic trial over patient ‘harmed’ by gender transition
Judges have approved the advancement of a trial in a case against the Tavistock gender clinic in London where a 23-year-old woman says she was severely harmed by experimental treatments as part of a gender transition when she was a teenager.
The legal action against the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, the lone gender identity clinic in the nation, comes amid heightened scrutiny about gender identity policies and the use puberty-blocking drugs, cross-sex hormones, and body-altering surgeries, and whether minors are capable of giving informed consent to such experimental practices.
— Memorial honoring victims of AME Church shooting receives $250,000
Bank of America has given a $250,000 grant toward the construction of a memorial to honor the African American parishioners at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church who were murdered by a white supremacist five years ago.
In the hopes of starting a race war, Dylann Roof entered the AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, on June 17, 2015, where he murdered nine people after joining their Bible study.
The Mother Emanuel Memorial Foundation announced the grant on Monday, with the memorial construction project expected to cost around $10 million.
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