New York Times Misleads on Kansas Pro-Life Defeat

There were a number of circumstantial reasons why the particular amendment in Kansas was defeated. For one thing, it was drafted well before the Dobbs decision was handed down, and the pro-life organizers in favor of the measure likely failed to anticipate the onslaught of outside money and publicity. The wording of the amendment was somewhat confusing, and post-Dobbs media coverage of life issues has been more biased and partisan than ever. All of these factors played a role in the amendment's defeat. Read more...

Biden Signs New Executive Order on Abortion Rights

President Joe Biden signed an executive order to help ensure access to abortion in light of the Supreme Court's decision earlier this summer to eliminate the constitutional right to the procedure. The President said the order helps women travel out of state to receive abortions, ensures health care  […]

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Kansas Votes to Continue to Shed Innocent Blood

Abortion rights forces scored an upset victory in Kansas on Tuesday when voters rejected an amendment that would have allowed the state legislature to ban the procedure. The vote, which comes just six weeks after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, means Kansas will remain one of the few red  […]

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Justice Department Sues Idaho Over Abortion Restrictions

The Biden administration filed a lawsuit against Idaho for restricting access to abortion to patients who need lifesaving medical treatment, the first such Justice Department challenge since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade this summer. Idaho's near-total abortion ban, which will take effect  […]

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Gov. Whitmer Won't Give Up Trying to Kill the Unborn

A judge blocked enforcement of a 1931 Michigan ban on abortion, just hours after the state Court of Appeals said county prosecutors were not covered by a May order and could enforce the prohibition following the fall of Roe v. Wade. Oakland County Judge Jacob Cunningham stepped in at the request of  […]

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Kansas First to Vote on Abortion Amendment After Dobbs

The amendment on Tuesday’s ballot would not ban abortion, but would allow the Legislature to do so. “We know that they will ban it as soon as they can,” says Zack Gingrich-Gaylord, communications director for Trust Women, which operates an abortion clinic in Wichita. “We can read the room. They have  […]

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Chemical Abortion Is Next Pro-Life Battlefield

In response, 19 states have prohibited chemical abortion through telehealth, and some have introduced legislation that would ban the practice entirely. The power of states in this new area, however, is unclear. Attorney General Merrick Garland has said that states “may not ban mifepristone based on  […]

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U.S. Bishops Blasts 'Abortion on Demand' Vote

Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Pro-Life Activities and Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee for Religious Liberty, issued the following statement: “The majority in the House of  […]

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Bills Passed in House Promote Extreme Abortion Agenda

Two abortion measures, the Women’s Health Protection Act and the Ensuring Access to Abortion Act, passed by the House "promote an extreme abortion agenda," said Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life. March for Life "strongly opposes the extreme pro-abortion legislation on the  […]

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'Not Fake Centers': Pro-Life Org Director Pushes Back

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) Director Erin Hawley pushed back against pro-abortion activists' criticisms of crisis pregnancy centers at a House Oversight Committee hearing. Pro-abortion and left-wing leaders have claimed crisis pregnancy centers are "fake clinics" that intentionally  […]

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