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November 2017 Eagle Forum Report


Legislative Action Alerts


Capitol Hill Report: Physician-Assisted Suicide Capitol Hill Report: Physician-Assisted SuicideSeptember 30, 2017 Physician-Assisted Suicide Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) has introduced a resolution (H. Con. Res. 80) condemning physician-assisted suicide.  This resolution echoes the sentiment of many diverse, bipartisan groups that this act is harmful to individuals and families across our nation. Physician-assisted suicide has been pushed by those in support as a compassionate measure and a way to “die with dignity.”  The truth is that this act is far more dangerous than what is being presented.  This ...

Capitol Hill Report: A Hard Bill to Swallow September 25, 2017 A Hard Bill to Swallow   The newest healthcare bill to gain momentum is known as the Graham-Cassidy bill. This is the Senate’s last-ditch effort before the budget expires on September 30. As much as we would like it to be an easy “yes”, there are many things to consider. Here are a few things the bill accomplishes:  Eliminates the individual and employer mandates Eliminates Medicaid expansion Redirects Planned Parenthood money to community health centers and retains language ...

The Mission Continues: September 5, 2017 The Mission Continues: September 5, 2017By Anne Schlafly Cori, Chairman, Eagle Forum Anne Schlafly Cori with her mother, Phyllis Schlafly. One year ago today, the founder of Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly, passed away at the age of 92. Eagle Forum is continuing our original mission as Eagle Forum has moved from one voice to many voices! Phyllis Schlafly’s unwavering voice now echoes into the many voices of Eagle Forum leaders and volunteers who were inspired by her to get involved and make a ...

Our Liberty Tree Our Liberty TreeIn honor of Phyllis Schlafly on her birthdate. Our Liberty Tree August 15, 2017 By Anne Schlafly Cori, Chairman, Eagle Forum The Liberty Tree in Boston was a symbol of the American Revolution. The Sons of Liberty, including Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, gathered under Liberty Trees to express their vision for a new country and the Liberty Tree represented their aspirations. My mother, Phyllis Schlafly, loved trees, especially big, glorious old trees. Trees symbolized growth and stability and she loved ...