Category Archives: Judicial

Pro-abortionists file still another challenge to Tennessee’s 2014 Pro-Life ballot measure

Having lost in lower courts Planned Parenthood & allies ask Supreme Court to hear their challenge to “Amendment 1” For most Tennessee voters, pro-life Amendment 1 was decided on November 4, 2014, when it was approved 53-47%.

Planned Parenthood challenges Idaho’s abortion complications reporting act

By Dave Andrusko Among the achievements of Right to Life of Idaho in the 2018 session were passage of Abortion Pill Reversal Informed Consent (SB 1243), and Reporting of Abortion Complications into law (HB 638). According to

Virginia AG defends five pro-life laws against pro-abortion lawsuit

By Dave Andrusko Whatever their motivation may be, sometimes you can really be surprised by what a pro-abortion public official will do. NRL News Today readers may recall that last month we reported on a lawsuit filed by

State AGs file amicus brief in case of undocumented teenager who underwent an abortion

By Dave Andrusko Last month, we reported that the U.S. Supreme Court had announced that the justices were granting the request of the Trump Administration to wipe away a ruling by a federal appeals court that allowed

Arkansas AG appeals decision thwarting state’s law regulating chemical abortions

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge

By Dave Andrusko To Arkansas State Attorney General Leslie Rutledge’s great credit, each and every time Planned Parenthood of the Great Plains wins an injunction from U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker, Rutledge immediately files an appeal. On

Planned Parenthood’s favorite judge grants preliminary injunction blocking Arkansas’ chemical abortions law

State will appeal By Dave Andrusko The next time abortion apologists shed crocodile tears over how expensive it is to defend pro-life laws, have them take a look at U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker. On Monday, 30

Judge’s decision blocking Indiana’s Ultrasound Law Leads to Increase in Abortions

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s abortion numbers rose dramatically in 2017 following U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Walton Pratt’s decision to enjoin Indiana’s ultrasound law. The increase of 496 abortions in 2017 compared to 2016 marks the first upward swing

Iowa Supreme Court finds right to abortion in state Constitution

Overturns 72 hour waiting period By Dave Andrusko In a 5-2 decision the Iowa Supreme Court has rejected the state’s requirement that women wait 72 hours before having an abortion, be given the opportunity to view an

Mother wins $2.1 million for “wrongful birth” of her son

By Dave Andrusko In a decision that was a first on multiple fronts, an unidentified Irish woman has been given an interim award of approximately $2.l million dollars for the “wrongful birth” of her son. The boy

Pro-abortionists file lawsuit challenging Virginia pro-life laws

By Dave Andrusko A coalition of pro-abortionists, represented by the Center for Reproductive Rights, Planned Parenthood, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, filed a lawsuit Wednesday arguing that five Virginia laws on abortion are “burdensome

6th Circuit dissolves injunction blocking Ohio from de-funding entities that perform or promote abortions

By Dave Andrusko The full 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voted Thursday to dissolve an injunction issued by a three-judge panel that blocked an Ohio law which de-funds entities that perform or promote abortions from taking

6th Circuit Court of Appeals Vacates Original Ruling, Will Re-Hear Planned Parenthood Case

Ohio Right to Life initiative to de-fund Planned Parenthood given second change in court COLUMBUS, Ohio–Today, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the decision made by a three judge panel which ruled that the state of