Leslee Unruh, founder of the Abstinence Clearinghouse, said she could not confirm the source of the new initiative effort or even whether leaders of the state anti-abortion push have decided to pursue an initiated measure rather than developing a new law in the Legislature banning abortion.Here we go again only this time Roger won't be able to funnel $750K through a shell corporation for this attempt like he did in 2006. Will his big money donors be just as willing to donate when they don't have the promise of anonymity? Like Roger says, stay tuned.
Rep. Roger Hunt, R-Brandon, one of the state's notable anti-abortion activists, says legislation or a ballot measure are possibilities.
"Stay tuned," Hunt said. "I do believe the pro-life interests across the state are looking at both of these routes."
Sunday, November 4, 2007
If You Thought The 2006 Election Was Bad
2008 is shaping up to be just as bad if not worse. Not only is there enough chatter going around to lower the legal drinking age headlined by Bill Napoli to make it onto the Secretary of States page listing possible ballot measures, Roger Hunt and his pals appear poised to put us through another round of abortion ban talks as well. From The Argus