Judge Rules Virginia Can 'Favor Childbirth over Abortion'

A federal judge handed pro-choice groups a major loss by upholding multiple restrictions on abortion clinics, including a requirement that pregnant women receive an ultrasound 24 hours before obtaining an abortion and a stipulation that only physicians perform the procedure. Pro-life groups  […]

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Kansas Considers Referendum on Abortion

The Kansas legislature is attempting to force a statewide referendum on abortion after the state's Supreme Court declared it a constitutional right, striking down pro-life legislation earlier this year. In April, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that the state constiution included a fundamental right  […]

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Judge Blocks Georgia's Heartbeat Bill

A federal judge has temporarily blocked Georgia's heartbeat bill, pro-life legislation that would prohibit abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which usually takes place at about six weeks' gestation. Republican governor Brian Kemp signed the bill into law in May, and it was set to take  […]

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Abortion Activists Push 'Safe Abortion Day'

Organizations around the world are celebrating “International Safe Abortion Day.” But in their promotion of the event, they’re failing to address its main flaw: Abortion is never safe, because it always ends at least one life. International organizations including Amnesty International and national  […]

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Indiana Fights to Keep Parental Notification

In his appeal of a federal court ruling, Attorney General Curtis Hill wrote "Ultimately, this Court should settle the issue by ruling that Bellotti is inapplicable to parental notice laws. Extending Bellotti is inappropriate in light of the governmental interests served by parental notice laws,  […]

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New Georgia, Tennessee Laws Face Challenges

Attorneys representing two Southern states with restrictive abortion laws faced federal judges in court cases that could reverse recent gains made by pro-life advocates. In Georgia, lawyers representing the state argued before U.S. District Judge Steve Jones in Atlanta that Georgia’s ban on  […]

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Facebook CEO Admits to 'Clear Bias' in Blocking Pro-Life Videos

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has admitted 'clear bias' in blocking pro-life group Live Action's videos, saying it was wrong to censor. In a meeting with the social media giant's executive and Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), Lila Rose, founder and CEO of pro-life group Live Action, confronted Zuckerberg  […]

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Bomb Threat Disrupts Pro-Life Event

A pro-life event at a Minnesota community college was evacuated by a bomb threat midway through the speaker's remarks, according to police. Noah Maldonado, the Minnesota regional coordinator for Students for Life of America (SFLA), was kicking off an event called "40 Days for Life" when a  […]

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Abortion Rates Lowest in Decades

The abortion rate in the United States reached a record low in 2017 as pregnancy rates declined and contraception use rose, according to the pro-choice Guttmacher Institute. Guttmacher reported that there were 14.6 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15-44, a slight decrease from the 16.9 the  […]

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Group Backs FDA Ban on Online Abortion Pill Sales

A national pro-life organization says it supports the Food & Drug Administration's ban on online abortion pill sales following a lawsuit filed by an abortionist whose best known for her Women on Waves abortion ship. Abortionist Rebecca Gomperts, who's a registered physician in Austria, and  […]

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