Pennsylvania Governor Vows to Veto Pro-Life Bills

Efforts to update Pennsylvania's abortion law made the first step forward on Tuesday, May 25 with the passing of three pro-life bills. Under the leadership of State Representative Kathy Rapp (R-Warren), the PA House Health Committee passed the Heartbeat Bill (House Bill 904), the Unborn Child  […]

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Supreme Court to Take Up Mississippi 15-Week Abortion Ban

The Supreme Court agreed to decide a major abortion case that could dramatically alter decades of rulings on abortion rights and eventually lead to dramatic restrictions on abortion access. It's been nearly 50 years since the court announced in its landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that women have  […]

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Pro-Life Utah Opening Mobile Ultrasound Clinic

Pro-Life Utah is debuting its free ultrasound clinic right in front of the downtown Salt Lake Planned Parenthood location. Now Planned Parenthood officials are voicing their concerns. The group says it’s doing this to help women and end abortions and they're opening the clinic right in front of  […]

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Iowa Plans 'Protect Life Amendment' for 2024 Ballot

Lawmakers and activists opposed to abortion rights say they are on track to put what they call a "Protect Life Amendment" asking voters to declare the Iowa Constitution does not provide a right to abortion on the statewide ballot as early as 2024. Similar versions of the resolution have  […]

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Lubbock Voters Pass 'Sanctuary for the Unborn' Ordiance

Lubbock voters backed a "sanctuary city for the unborn" ordinance that tries to outlaw abortions in the city's limits, likely prompting a lawsuit over what opponents say is an unconstitutional ban on the procedure. The unofficial vote, 62% for and 38% against the measure, comes less than a  […]

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Arizona Bans Abortions Based on 'Genetic Abnormalities'

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed into law a measure banning abortions performed strictly on the basis of genetic disorders detected in the fetus, such as Down syndrome or cystic fibrosis, unless the condition is considered lethal. The bill, approved in Arizona's Republican-controlled legislature  […]

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