A Senate panel and then the full chamber approved the Ohio measure Wednesday amid jeers from onlookers. The bill would restrict the collective bargaining rights of roughly 350,000 teachers, firefighters, police officers and other public employees, while Wisconsin’s would affect about 175,000 workers and exempt police and firefighters.
On Wednesday, Laura Ingrahm took up the issue, and interviewed one of the leaders behind the billboard. But she also put out a call for someone to call in who supported abortion — a man named Will took her up on the challenge.
Will is a black man who paid for his college-aged daughter to get an abortion, and said he doesn’t regret it. That pained Ingraham, who asked him on live radio if he considered the aborted child his grandchild. No, Will said, he doesn’t:
Colton Burpo, who almost died at age four when his appendix burst, says he met his dead sister in Heaven and “sat on Jesus’ lap.” The remarkable thing is, Colton’s parents, Todd and Sonya, had never told him about his sister, who Sonya miscarried a year before Colton’s birth. They were astonished by his story, as are we! But, are his visions real or made up in his dreams?
After his appendix burst and undergoing two emergency surgeries, Colton, of Imperial, Nebraska, was hanging on by a thread. While his parents watched his procedure from the viewing room, their son was up in Heaven, meeting his unborn sister and looking down at them praying.
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