Hearing Held in Lawsuit to Halt Philadelphia’s Funding for Abortions

A public hearing in a lawsuit to block the use of taxpayer money for abortions was held on Friday, Oct. 14, at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

The suit was filed by the Thomas More Society on behalf of Philadelphia residents. It seeks to block the city’s half-million dollar donation to the Abortion Liberation Fund of Pennsylvania (ALF-PA).

After almost three hours of arguments by lawyers in the case, Judge Joshua Roberts ended the hearing and said he would issue an order the following week.

This complaint was filed on Aug. 16, 2022, on behalf of Philadelphia pro-life activists Charles P. Kuhar, Sr. and Theresa M. Kuhar, in response to the city’s allocation of $500,000 in public funds for ALF-PA. The city of Philadelphia, Mayor Jim Kenney, Treasurer Jaqueline Dunn, and Controller Rebecca Rhynhart are named in the lawsuit. Read more…

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