Lesbian Episcopal 'Priest' Heads National Abortion Federation

The National Abortion Federation (NAF) has announced that its new president and CEO is Katherine Ragsdale, a lesbian Episcopal "priest" and longtime abortion activist. "Abortion providers are some of my personal heroes and modern-day saints," Ragsdale said when the news was  […]

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Senate Bill Could Blacklist Pro-Life Groups

A pro-life group is warning Senators that a proposed government funding bill could "blacklist" pro-life groups while funding promoters of abortion. In an Oct. 30 letter to senators, March for Life Action warned that language in a mini omnibus (minibus) funding bill, H.R. 2740, "would  […]

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Kansas Eyes Constitutional Amendment on Abortion

The Special Committee on Federal and State Affairs has made a recommendation to the legislature that could change the Constitution of Kansas to potentially outlaw abortion. In April, the Kansas Supreme Court upheld the state Constitution which gives a woman the right to decide whether to continue  […]

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Pregnant College Students Need to Know Their Rights

As many pregnant students say they face pressure to have abortions to advance their education and careers, one pro-life group has released a "bill of rights" to help pregnant and parenting students protect their futures. "The goal of schools should be to assist students, no matter  […]

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Pro-Life Gains in America Exaggerated Data Show

It's time to seriously reconsider our pro-life strategies and honestly examine the efficacy of the national pro-life movement. The personhood movement is calling the grassroots forward to restore the fundamental principles at the foundation of the pro-life movement, to take action at the local and  […]

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Study: Waiting Period Decreases Abortion Rate

A Tennessee law that requires women to wait 48 hours before receiving an abortion decreased the abortion rate in the state while increasing the cost of the procedure, according to a new study. The law, passed in 2015, requires women to receive pre-abortion counseling 48 hours prior to the abortion.  […]

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San Francisco Expands Travel Ban to Pro-Life States

San Francisco expanded its city-funded travel and contracting bans to 22 states with pro-life laws. The 22 states include Texas, Massachusetts, and Florida. The move marks the expansion of an ordinance enacted in August that prohibited city-funded travel "to states that have enacted laws that  […]

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Texas Pro-Lifers Take Battle to City Councils

Fed up with the government, Mark Lee Dickson decided to campaign throughout East Texas and beyond, seeking out city councils and county commissioner's courts willing to consider passing an ordinance banning abortion with town limits. So far, he's found success in several small cities and towns in  […]

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California Colleges Required to Provide Abortion Pills

California Gov. Gavin Newsom made his state the first to require public universities to offer abortion medication at campus health centers, beginning in 2023. Newsom contrasted the progressive goals of his new law with restrictions recently enacted in other states. "As other states and the  […]

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Unborn Lives and Religious Liberty at Stake

The high court's new term starts with cases that could hit religious believers hard. A trio of them concerns the controversial subject of LGBTQ rights. And one of those three involves a funeral home and a fired transgender worker. It could have broader implications for existing civil rights law and  […]

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