Two-Thirds of Americans Support Some Abortion Restrictions

About two-thirds of Americans support some level of government restrictions on abortion, according to a recent poll released by the Knights of Columbus. The poll, which the Knights conducted with Marist Institute for Public Opinion at Marist College, found that 66% of Americans believe that  […]

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Charities Deemed Not 'Worthy of Support From Pro-Lifers'

A pro-life advocacy organization claims that more than two dozen charities, including Christian organizations, have ties to or supported pro-abortion and LGBT advocacy. The American Life League recently updated its "Charity Watchlist," placing charitable organizations into three categories  […]

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The Pro-Life Movement's Unfinished Business

"I personally think that we need to get back to basics in the pro-life movement," said Abby Johnson, a former clinic director at Planned Parenthood turned founder of And Then There Were None, a ministry dedicated to helping abortion clinic workers leave the industry. "We've got to get  […]

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Appeals Court Blocks Biden's Emergency Abortion Guidelines

The anti-abortion physicians group that sued the Biden administration over abortion restrictions in Texas praised a ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit that found that federal regulations do not grant an absolute right to abortion. In July 2022, the Biden  […]

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Illinois Attack on Crisis Pregnancy Centers Halted

Illinois has agreed to halt its enforcement of a law that restricts the speech and advertising of pro-life crisis pregnancy centers following a lawsuit that challenged its constitutionality on First Amendment and other grounds. Attorney General Kwame Raoul agreed to a court order that imposes a  […]

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Texas Supreme Court Blocks Kate Cox's 20-Week Abortion

The Texas Supreme Court late Friday night temporarily halted a lower-court order allowing a woman who is 20 weeks pregnant to get an abortion — reversing a lower-court ruling that marks the first case of a pregnant woman seeking a court order for the procedure since Roe v. Wade was overturned last  […]

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Texas Threat to Woman Needing Abortion Is Not 'Pro-Life'

Texas law after the fall of Roe vs. Wade makes only a narrow, rare exception for abortion — to save a woman’s life. That robust pro-life law, and heartbreaking reality have now intersected in the case of Kate Cox, a Dallas area resident, and Attorney General Ken Paxton’s interpretation of the law. A  […]

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Wisconsin Court Rules That Pro-Life Law Doesn't Apply to Abortion

A Wisconsin circuit court judge has affirmed her earlier ruling that an 1840s law protecting unborn children does not outlaw abortion. Dane County Circuit Court Judge Diane Schlipper wrote in her Dec. 5 ruling that the 1849 law "does not apply to consensual abortions but to feticide." The  […]

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Judge Says Doctors Can Argue Abortion Is Not Health Care

A Teton County judge is allowing four pro-life doctors to argue in court that abortion is not health care. Judge Melissa Owens filed an order last week allowing Wyoming Drs. Timothy Hallinan and David M. Lind (both retired), and Drs. Michale Nelson and Samantha Michelena to file an amicus brief in a  […]

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