Oklahoma Abortion Mill Closes After 47 Years

For 47 years, abortionist Larry A. Burns took the lives of innocent children in the womb at his Abortion Surgery Center in Norman, Oklahoma. There will not be a forty-eighth year. That is because Burns retired in July and closed his abortion business for good. Burn's former clinic's location is now occupied by a medical office that does not conduct abortions. "It's a pathetic thing when your legacy is 47 years of dead babies and a lawsuit that protected child rapists," said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. "Oklahoma is a better place today without Burns' abortion business preying on vulnerable woman and profiting off the backs of dead babies." Read more...

High Court Declines to Block Texas Law Again

The Supreme Court will take up the Texas abortion law on the merits next month in a rare highly-expedited case that could definitively resolve the fate of its six-week ban and unprecedented enforcement mechanism. SB8 will remain in effect for the near future until the court issues its decision,  […]

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Michigan Lawmaker to Introduce Texas-Like Abortion Bill

A Michigan lawmaker is planning to unveil legislation Tuesday that would place new restrictions on abortion. Republican State Rep. Steve Carra of Three Rivers wants to prohibit abortion after a baby’s heartbeat is detected in the womb. He announced an event on the Michigan Capitol steps at 9 a.m.  […]

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Lawsuit Targets California Abortion Protest Restrictions

Attorneys filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state of California's law that makes it a crime to film people within 100 feet of an abortion clinic. Last month, Governor Gavin Newsom signed two laws that aim to protect the privacy of abortion providers and their patients, declaring California to  […]

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Court to Hear Kentucky Attorney General's Appeal

Staff with Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office will appear before the U.S. Supreme Court, arguing that he should have the right to defend an abortion law that has been struck down by lower courts. At issue is a 2018 law passed by the Republican-led legislature that would have banned the  […]

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What If the Supreme Court Reverses Roe v. Wade?

The Dobbs case was struck down in the lower courts. But the fact that the Supreme Court agreed to take it up—soon after the court allowed another restrictive abortion law out of Texas to go into effect—is the first serious indication in a long time that the landmark law making abortion a right could  […]

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Thousands Attend Pennsylvania's First Pro-Life March

Thousands packed the Harrisburg streets at the state's first-ever pro-life march. Many traveled hundreds of miles with one goal in mind: to urge lawmakers to change their stance on abortion. "I want to show my support for the state, [I] don't know too much about state politics but wanted to be  […]

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U.S. House Votes to Murder Unborn Babies

House Democrats voted to establish a federal right to abortion, moving swiftly to advance the measure after the supreme court declined to stop a Texas law effectively outlawing the procedure and as they await a separate ruling next year that could further erode access. With the House speaker, Nancy  […]

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Google Criticized for Pro-Life Censorship

More than 40 Republicans are criticizing Google's decision to ban anti-abortion ads for abortion reversal pills, accusing the tech giant of being unfairly influenced by left-leaning pro-abortion groups and news agencies. Congressmen from the Republican Study Committee and the House Freedom Caucus,  […]

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