Marriage Protection Week
with Joni E. Tada and Jan LaRue
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Marriage in America is under attack. Radical homosexual activists are working hard to define the word "marriage" to suit their needs and desires. Should we invite homosexuals to marry under the big tent of tolerance or is it a bad idea for society? Plus, a live update from Lakeland Florida, where an appeals court has just given the final stamp of approval to end the life of a 38-year old woman. All this and more in this edition of Concerned Women Today.
ALERT! Lakeland, FL (LifeNews.com) -- A Florida appeals court on Tuesday gave the final stamp of approval for the removal of the feeding tube that is allowing Terri Schiavo to live. Terri’s parents Bob and Mary Schindler hoped the 2nd District Court of Appeals would side with them and it was one of their last legal hopes of keeping Terri alive. "Our legal remedies are exhausted," attorneys for the Schindlers said in a statement Tuesday afternoon. The motions asked that Circuit Court Judge George Greer be removed from the case and that Terri be allowed to learn to eat and drink on her own before the gastric tube is permanently removed. Terri’s family believes Greer has been colluding with Terri’s husband Michael Schiavo and his attorney, euthanasia advocate George Felos. Felos claims tests conducted several years ago prove Terri cannot swallow on her own and that her parents want to relitigate the case. Terri’s family has consulted with doctors who say her condition can improve with rehabilitative care. Florida’s Governor Jeb Bush has the power to take Terri Schiavo into foster custody as a disabled person who has been abused. Contact Gov. Bush and make your voice heard:
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