Longtime Nebraska Right To Life Director Dies

A force in Nebraska's anti-abortion movement, Nebraska Right to Life Executive Director Julie Schmit-Albin, died following a prolonged illness, one day short of her 64th birthday. Schmit-Albin "committed her entire career to advancing the pro-life movement, saving preborn lives, and empowering  […]

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Louisville Council Rejects 'Buffer Zone'

The Louisville Metro Council rejected an ordinance that would have allowed health care facilities, including abortion clinics, to create a "buffer zone" outside the entrances to their facilities. The legislation, proposed this year after years of advocacy work by activists including the  […]

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Map Shows Which States Fund Planned Parenthood

Family Research Council has released the fourth in a series of interactive pro-life maps, tracking state funding of the abortion industry through three principal funding streams: Medicaid, Title X family planning funds, and state appropriations. Twenty-three states have defunded (or attempted to  […]

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Nebraska Bill Bans D&E Abortions

LB 814 bans what is known as dismemberment abortions, or D and E, a method used in the second trimester. Opponents argue the bill will limit doctors when it comes to options for women. While some other state's bans have been ruled unconstitutional, state senator Mike Hilgers says this bill is  […]

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Catholics: Biden's Pick for VP 'Deeply Flawed'

Catholics and pro-life organizations offered a range of reactions to the selection of Sen. Kamala Harris as former vice president Joe Biden’s running mate for the 2020 election. Biden announced his selection on Aug. 11, triggering a wave of reactions among political and Catholic commentators.  […]

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Biden Picks Pro-Choice Kamala Harris as VP Candidate

Former vice president Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic Party nominee for president, has selected Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) to be his running mate. Harris is the first Black woman, and the first person of Indian descent, to be selected as a running mate for a major party's ticket. Harris' mother  […]

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Trying to Get Mifeprex Off the Market

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lila Rose, president and founder of Live Action, urge FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn to protect the health of women and children by pulling Mifeprex, a dangerous abortion drug, off the market. On July 13, 2020, Obama-appointed U.S District Judge Theodore Chuang,  […]

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Louisville Council Debates Buffer Zone

After repeated calls from advocates over several years, Louisville Metro Council is poised to debate legislation allowing health care facilities to create "buffer zones" outside their entrances to preserve access to services — and provide protection from COVID-19. EMW Women's Surgical  […]

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Lawmakers Fight For GOP's Soul In Arizona Senate Primary

The biggest knock-down, drag-out primary election fight among the 90 Arizona Senate and House seats up for grabs in November features two sitting Republican lawmakers in a suburban north Phoenix district battling for the soul of the GOP. Sen. Heather Carter, known as one of the more moderate GOP  […]

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Marshall Introduces Abortion Restriction Bill

Congressman Roger Marshall says he has introduced the Abortion Provider Loan Elimination Act, which prohibits abortion providers from receiving funds through the COVID-19 Paycheck Protection Program and initiates an investigation into how Planned Parenthood received $80 million through the program  […]

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