October 24, 2018

Pro-Life Groups Blast US Mail Abortions

A European organization known as Aid Access has now opened up another front in the abortion battle in the US. The company now offers American women doctor-prescribed abortion pills to induce abortion at home. The organization uses online consultations to determine if women seeking their services are healthy and who are less than nine weeks pregnant. A woman must complete the consultation in order to receive a prescription for the two pills to terminate her unborn baby. Read more...

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Netflix 'Big Mouth' Show Promoting Abortion

Vulgar and crude, the animated Big Mouth TV series on Netflix is now promoting Planned Parenthood with a special episode devoted to America's largest abortion provider. "This is more evidence that Netflix is becoming an evil media empire intent on corrupting its millions of young viewers with liberal ideology," said Jack Fonseca, a spokesman for Campaign Life Coalition, in an interview. Read more...

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States Won't Give Up Abortion Pill Mandate

People can gain access to contraceptives and abortion pills without the government forcing religious and pro-life groups to provide them. But California, Delaware, Maryland, New York, and Virginia can't seem to accept that. These state governments are challenging federal regulations that protect religious and pro-life non-profits who conscientiously object to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) abortion pill mandate. Read more...

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October 17, 2018

Alabama Eyeing Constitutional Amendment on Abortion

Alabama voters will decide whether to add anti-abortion language into the state constitution that would have the state recognize the "rights of unborn children" language that could restrict abortion if the Supreme Court ever gives states more power to curtail access. The language does not limit access to abortion as long as Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that established a right to abortion, remains in place, but would become the state's top legal guidance if Roe is altered or overturned. Read more...

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Indiana Court Asked to Review Abortion Law

With a markedly different makeup on the U.S. Supreme Court, Indiana officials are asking that the justices take up the case of a 2016 pro-life law that's been repeatedly blocked by lower courts. Before leaving the governorship to serve as Donald Trump's vice president, then-Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation banning abortions motivated specifically by a baby's race, sex, ethnicity, or potential disabilities. It also required abortionists to bury or cremate fetal remains rather than treating them as medical waste. Read more...

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D.C. Group Paying AL Pro-Abortion Campaigners

Washington, D.C.-based Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity (URGE) is hiring people in the Montgomery area to fight Amendment Two, which is up for constitutional referendum on the upcoming general election ballot. In documents posted online, the organization formerly known as Choice USA "seeks committed people in Montgomery who are passionate about reproductive/social justice to help implement [their] voter engagement campaign." Read more...

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October 08, 2018

Court Allows Tennessee Amendment to Stand

The United States Supreme Court will not hear a challenge to a pro-life amendment to the Tennessee state constitution. Amendment 1 categorically excludes abortion rights from the state's constitution. The Supreme Court declined to admit an appeal on the matter in a decision released on Oct.1, the first day of the court's new session. Without further avenues of appeal, the amendment - which explicitly states that "nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion" - will stand. Read more...

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Court Reinstates Missouri Abortion Restrictions

A federal appeals court handed pro-lifers a victory by reinstating a Missouri law that requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at local hospitals and abortion clinics to be set up as "ambulatory surgical centers." The 3-0 ruling by the U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court's injunction that prevented the law from going into effect. The decision could suspend abortion services in Columbia, Mo., and prevent a Kansas City clinic from regaining its license, Planned Parenthood officials said. Read more...

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Judge Strikes Down St. Louis Ordinance

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri has declared a city ordinance intended to make St. Louis a "Sanctuary City" for abortion to be unconstitutional and violates several Missouri state statutes, including the Missouri Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Judge Audrey Fleissig found that the ordinance violated the First Amendment rights of a pregnant women's home and the group of Catholic grade schools "to employ or house individuals who advocate for or perform abortions," practices that are contrary to the missions of both organizations. Read more...

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September 19, 2018

Court Blocks Abortion-Funding Lawsuit

An Illinois appellate court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed to stop a law that'll expand Medicaid and state-employee group health insurance to cover abortions. A three-judge panel of the Fourth District Appellate Court ruled unanimously that a Sangamon County judge correctly dismissed the lawsuit filed by anti-abortion groups. The judge ruled in January that courts shouldn't intervene in General Assembly "political questions." Read more...

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Pro-Lifers Sue Toledo Cops

Pro-life activists have filed a lawsuit against Toledo, Ohio, and its police force, accusing them of violating their free speech and religious freedom rights. Calvin Zastrow and his daughter, Corrie, filed the civil rights action in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio against the city of Toledo, its police chief and two officers. At issue were multiple incidents in which the Zastrows were forced by police to stop holding religious pro-life demonstrations on a public sidewalk across the street from an abortion clinic. Read more...

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Judge Rules in Favor of Indiana Clinic

A judge has ruled in favor of an abortion chain seeking to open a clinic in Indiana but pro-life activists are vowing to fight the effort. Whole Woman's Health Alliance, which is headquartered in Texas, went to court over its plans to open a South Bend abortuary. Jackie Appleman, executive director of Saint Joseph County Right to Life says the Indiana Department of Health denied the license request and Whole Woman's appealed and won a ruling last week. Read more...

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