Pro-Lifers Pushing Local Bans City by City

For the last few months, small municipalities – many without any standing abortion clinics have outlawed abortion. Though women in those cities can still travel to get an abortion, the bans send an intimidating message. Bypassing statehouses and targeting smaller towns and cities governed by council has emerged as a successful strategy for pro-life advocates in recent years. In July, a report from the Guttmacher Institute revealed that at least 30 towns in six states – Arkansas, Indiana, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and Texas – have approved municipal abortion bans in the last three years. Read more...

Science Has Strengthened the Pro-Life Case

When Roe was decided, these amazing structures could barely be seen inside the womb. At the time, ultrasound presented only a dim reflection of the developing child. Static images consisted of only simple white dots on a black background. Sonography had just been recognized as a separate profession  […]

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New York Drops Lawsuit Against Pro-Life Protesters

New York Attorney General Letitia James has dropped a lawsuit against a group of pro-life sidewalk counselors, including 10 church members, accused of harassing people at an abortion clinic. In a dismissal agreement released in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, the state  […]

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Pro-Life Truths to Counter Every Abortion Myth

The Roe ruling highlighted the greatest logical flaw in support for abortion: for abortion to be illegal at some point before birth (and even most pro-choice Americans agree it should be illegal in the very late stages), you have to pick that point in time. But when? As the issue comes to the  […]

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Pro-Life Doctors Promote 'Abortion-Pill Reversal'

Three major pro-life organizations have teamed up to promote "abortion-pill reversal" (APR), a method that doctors have pioneered to halt and reverse the effects of unwanted chemical abortions. The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) has unveiled a new  […]

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Oklahoma Supreme Court Blocks Three Pro-Life Laws

In a 5–3 vote, the Oklahoma supreme court has issued a temporary injunction blocking three pro-life laws slated to take effect on November 1. Earlier in October, a district judge blocked two other pro-life laws in Oklahoma from taking effect but allowed these three to remain in place, sending the  […]

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Ohio Legislature Introduces Texas Style Pro-Life Bill

The Ohio legislature has proposed a sweeping pro-life bill with an enforcement mechanism similar to Texas's recently enacted law, empowering private citizens to sue anyone who "knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion." While the Texas  […]

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Biden's Reconciliation Bill Would Fund Elective Abortions

West Virginia Democratic senator Joe Manchin has called taxpayer funding of abortion a "red line" issue in any reconciliation bill. Two pro-life Republican senators, Steve Daines of Montana and James Lankford of Oklahoma, released a memo highlighting multiple provisions in the House  […]

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Ohio 'Born Alive' Abortion Bill Would Add Felony Charges

A bill that would make it a first-degree felony to not provide newborn medical care to an infant born alive after an attempted abortion passed the Ohio Senate. Senate Bill 157 — sponsored by Sens. Steve Huffman, R-Tipp City, and Terry Johnson, R-McDermott — is one of several "born alive"  […]

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Connecticut The Next Battleground for Pregnancy Crisis Centers?

In their zeal to implement abortion on demand until birth, the abortion industry has increasingly pressured state and local governments to discriminate against pro-life pregnancy centers. Since 2014, this has resulted in state and local governments paying more than $2.3 million in costly judgments  […]

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