State Sues Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers for Reversing Abortions

California's pro-abortion attorney general, Rob Bonta, sued five pro-life pregnancy centers over their promotion of a drug that is meant to reverse chemical abortions. The state's lawsuit claims that there is no scientific evidence supporting the safety or efficacy of the abortion pill reversal drug despite the pregnancy centers describing them as an effective and safe way to reverse chemical abortions. "All major studies show that using progesterone to counteract a chemical abortion (Abortion Pill Reversal) can be effective since it's the very same hormone a woman's body produces to sustain her pregnancy," Heartbeat International said. Read more...


Republicans Urge Repeal of 'Weaponized' FACE Act Due to Bias

Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy and 25 House Republicans introduced a resolution to repeal the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, a law that has been used extensively by the Biden administration to penalize pro-life activists. Passed in 1994, the FACE Act imposes criminal penalties on  […]

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Biden's Justice Department Unjustly Persecutes Pro-Life Activists

Facing over 10 years in federal prison, Lauren Handy, Will Goodman, John Hinshaw, Heather Idoni, and Herb Geraghty are currently detained in prison without bail as they await sentencing. This trial was a sham and made a mockery of our justice system. These activists are heroes who used nonviolent  […]

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Biden Administration Appeals Abortion-Pill Ruling

The future of the most popular method of terminating a pregnancy is back before the Supreme Court after the Biden administration and pharmaceutical company Danco appealed a lower court ruling rolling back years of FDA policies broadening access to the drug. The Supreme Court is unlikely to consider  […]

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Oregon Right to Life Sues State Over Insurance Mandate

The Reproductive Health Equity Act, passed in 2017, requires every private insurer in the state to cover reproductive health services, including contraceptives, at no cost to patients. All but one insurer, Providence Health Plan, must also cover abortion services. The law allows insurers to offer  […]

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Abortion Petitions in Missouri Draw Heat From Both Sides

Six initiative petitions filed last week seeking to add rape and incest exceptions to Missouri's abortion ban are facing pushback from both sides of the issue, pilloried as either an anti-abortion wolf in sheep's clothing or a clandestine push to allow abortion on demand. Filed by Republican  […]

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Pro-Lifers Found Guilty Protesting at Late-Term Abortion Facility

Five pro-life activists were found guilty in a federal court for violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, a Clinton-era law passed to stop sit-ins at abortion facilities. They were also charged and found guilty of one count of conspiracy to block the entrance to the Washington  […]

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Biden Campaign Launches Extreme Pro-Abortion Ad

President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign launched a new pro-abortion ad in several swing states, which some pro-life groups are calling extreme. The ad, called “These Guys,” will run for two weeks in seven key states. It targets six states that Biden narrowly won in 2020: Arizona, Georgia,  […]

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South Carolina Supreme Court Upholds 6-Week Abortion Ban

The South Carolina Supreme Court reversed a temporary block on the state's abortion restrictions, with four justices agreeing and one dissenting in three separate opinions. The law, known as the "Fetal Heartbeat and Protection from Abortion Act," limits most abortions as early as six weeks  […]

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On Abortion, How Do We Get to Unthinkable?

After more than five decades of legal abortion, the majority of Americans no longer recoil in revulsion at the very idea of killing unborn babies in their own mothers' wombs. Unfortunately, for far too long, courtesy of the flawed Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that Dobbs overturned in June  […]

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