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Dems Whine as Texas Abortion Ban Goes Into Effect

Texas became the first state to virtually outlaw abortions since the landmark Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. Texas’ new law prohibits abortions as soon as a fetal “heartbeat” is detected, which can occur as early as six weeks into pregnancy, before many women know they are pregnant. Abortions rights  […]

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Hyde Amendment Vote Could Cause Problems for Dems

By abandoning the Hyde Amendment, Democrats have placed themselves on the wrong side of national polling and may suffer politically in the 2022 midterm elections. If pro-life voters mobilize in key districts, political observers tell InsideSources they may weaponize national polling that  […]

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Why Is the South the Epicenter of Pro-Life Advocacy?

Nowadays the American South represents a hub of anti-abortion fervor, home to a series of laws and regulations that have eroded Roe v. Wade, as liberal states in the Northeast and elsewhere have enacted laws to codify that landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision. How that regional reversal came to pass  […]

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The Urgency of Ending Roe v. Wade

Science has been pivotal in shifting many hearts and minds on abortion. Written in 1973, Roe could not comprehend that expectant parents would one day use sonograms to look at their unborn children’s hands and feet and see themselves in the faces of their offspring. We now know that the fetal  […]

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The Abortion Industry Isn’t Telling the Truth

Many pro-life advocates have long suspected that these facilities were playing fast and loose with the truth. As recently as 2016, for example, abortion providers in legislative hearings categorically denied that late-term abortions ever happen in New Hampshire. During the debate on the Fetal Life  […]

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Southern Baptists Want Complete Abortion Ban

Southern Baptists passed a sweeping resolution on abolishing abortion, one that blasts "traditional pro-life laws" and "incremental, regulatory guidelines." The resolution, which is nonbinding, marks a shift in the formally held viewpoint of the convention, whose public policy  […]

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47 Percent Think Abortion Is Morally Acceptable

Americans are sharply divided in their abortion views, including on its morality, with an equal split between those who believe it is morally acceptable and those who say it is morally wrong. The 47% who say it is acceptable is, by two percentage points, the highest Gallup has recorded in two  […]

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Abortion Link to Covid-19 Vaccine?

Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine will start going into people's arms this week. Experts say it'll ramp up vaccination efforts, but the vaccine is getting some pushback from pro-life groups and the Catholic Church. The controversy all comes down to the development and testing of all the  […]

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Abortion Isn't Health Care — Not Even Close

Far from being health care, abortion means the death sentence to the living, human being who is killed by it. Word games and obfuscation to the contrary, the fetus is not "potential life," but life with potential; nor is he or she a "potential human," but a human with potential.  […]

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Abortion Advocates Fear Supreme Court Shift

With reproductive rights in the spotlight after the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett last fall, conservative and liberal states are even more divided over abortion. Across the South and the Midwest, Republican legislators have introduced laws that would limit abortions or try  […]

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