Little preemie “deserved a chance,” British mom laments

Hospital says “nothing could be done,” but other hospitals would have intervened to help By Dave Andrusko Sophie Dennis and her husband feel their premature daughter was robbed of a chance to live. They were told by

Center for Medical Progress asks that Judge be disqualified

David Daleiden

By Dave Andrusko David Daleiden, the citizen journalist who heads the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), has stepped up his efforts to have San Francisco federal Judge William Orrick III disqualified from the lawsuits brought against CMP

How much further will the already enormous changes to Irish abortion laws go?

By Dave Andrusko A heads-up. The roller-coaster ride that (for the moment) culminated in an Irish parliamentary committee recommending this week the end to the 8th amendment guaranteeing equal right to mothers and unborn children is just

She suffered enormous guilt after taking friend to abortion clinic

By Sarah Terzo A woman named Michelle talks about how she was crippled by guilt after helping a friend have an abortion: “After I took my roommate home and got her settled, I started off for a

Will They Be Free to Serve?

NIFLA vs. Becerra–a case that has nationwide ramifications By Mary McClusky I can still see the tiny pink socks. And boxes and boxes of diapers. Most of all, I remember the warmth and cheeriness of the staff

2017: A Great Year for Life in Pennsylvania!

Erie’s People for Life Breakfast was attended by more than 625 people.

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The year 2017 has been an outstanding year for the cause of life in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Senate and the House of Representatives took a strong

A Look Back at 50 Years: 1998 and the defeat of a referendum to legalize doctor-prescribed death in Michigan

Editor’s note. This comes from Right to Life of Michigan, NRLC’s state affiliate. RTL of Michigan has run a monthly series looking back at historically significant prolife moments in the state’s history. This is the seventh and

She Had an Abortion Scheduled, But One Call Changed Everything

By Jay Hobbs The phone rang at a call center in Columbus, Ohio, this Thanksgiving weekend. On the other end of the line, a woman and her young daughter were in tears, barely audible as the consultant

Assessing one pro-abortion President’s statement on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. Starting last week, as we were beginning to think about the approach of the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we starting running articles from the past which relate directly [or even

MN taxpayers have funded 80,000 abortions since 1995 Doe v. Gomez decision

ST. PAUL — More than 80,000 unborn children have been killed using taxpayer funds since a Minnesota Supreme Court ruling 22 years ago today. The Doe v. Gomez decision required taxpayer funding of elective abortion in Minnesota.

NRLC strongly urges Congress to oppose Alexander-Murray and Collins-Nelson proposals

Dear Member of Congress: The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the federation of state right-to-life organizations, urges you to oppose the Bipartisan Health Care Stabilization Act of 2017 (Alexander-Murray) sponsored by Sens. Lamar Alexander and Patty

Pro-abortionists determined to crush religious freedom in quest for more abortions

By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today readers know, back in October the Department of Justice reached a long overdue settlement so “that plaintiffs would not be forced to provide health insurance coverage for ‘morally unacceptable’ products