WASHINGTON--Stricter limits are to be set by a leading Congressional opponent of abortion rights.
Representative Joe Pitts, Republican of Pennsylvania, plans to move forward with plans on abortion and family planning . With vice president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Laurie Rubiner saying Pitts was "as anti-choice as a member of Congress can be."
Even in Iowa, lawmakers are drafting a bill to prevent a Nebraska doctor who performs late-term abortions from opening a clinic reported The Chicago Tribune.
Pitts introduced a bill that would ban the use of federal subsidies "to pay for any abortion, or to cover any part of the costs of any health plan that includes coverage of abortion." reported The New York Times.