The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, SB179, is officially introduced!

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By Chelsea Shields, Legislative/PAC Director, Wisconsin Right to Life The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has now been officially introduced in the Wisconsin State Legislature. Wisconsin Right to Life applauds the bill’s sponsors in the State Senate, Senators Lazich, S.

Breaking: Texas Senate poised to pass bill to protect pregnant teens & parental rights

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Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick & Senator Charles Perry led the Pro-Life charge By TEXAS RIGHT TO LIFE Last night, the Texas Senate voted 21-10 to pass House Bill 3994, to protect teens seeking secret abortions. According to the Office of

Post-abortive father reveals his pain in Esquire article

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By Sarah Terzo Among pro-lifers, it is well-known that many women suffer emotionally after their abortions. A previous Live Action article about post-abortion women and suicide mentioned two studies that found that women who aborted had a six to seven

Kansas Ex-abortionist Neuhaus sets up second “fund-me” appeal

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By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Ex-Kansas abortionist Kris Neuhaus wants your pity (she sees herself as a martyr) and your money. In a radio interview Thursday, Neuhaus elaborated that she has lost her research job “without explanation”

Interviewing Kermit Gosnell is “sitting in the presence of evil”

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By Dave Andrusko Earlier this week we posted about what promised to be a remarkable interview. Trice convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell had, for his own bizarre reasons, agreed to give a prison interview to the producers of “Gosnell,” a forth

Suicide advocacy group faces conviction amidst rash of state bills to legalize assisting suicide

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By Jennifer Popik, Legislative Counsel, National Right to Life’s Powell Center for Medical Ethics The suicide advocacy group, Final Exit Network, was recently found guilty of violating Minnesota’s law against assisting suicide. The group has long been known to take

Hearing on Nevada Parental Consent bill to take place Memorial Day

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Your calls have worked! By Melissa Clement, President, Nevada Right to Life On Thursday we received word that there will be a hearing for AB405 in the Senate HHS Committee. This is a HUGE victory. The hearing will be Monday

Abortion is Not a Health Issue” ad campaign reaches out to those in NYC

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Editor’s note. This alert came via Christian Newswire. A powerful new ad campaign, addressing the heart and soul issue of abortion, has launched in New York’s capital city of Albany. Bus shelter posters and a grassroots ground campaign will share

Senate rejects abortion facility licensing; protective legislation falters

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Measure would help ensure safety of women ST. PAUL — Legislation to require licensing and inspections of abortion facilities failed to become law as the 2015 legislative session ended this week. The effort to ensure the safety of women entering

Publicity over assisted suicide corresponds with significant increase in assisted suicides and requests for lethal drugs in Oregon

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Media campaign by advocacy group likely resulted in “suicide contagion” Editor’s note. This appeared in the May online edition of National Right to Life News at nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsMay2015.pdf. Please read the entire issue at your leisure and pass along stories to

Oregon County Wants “Zero Suicide:” Really?

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By Wesley J. Smith I am a big believer in suicide prevention. But the movement has been derelict in struggling against blatant suicide promotion from the so-called “death with dignity” movement. Here’s another example: Suicide preventers in Washington County, Oregon

Legislation Saves Lives! Abortion Numbers Continue to Drop!

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By Missouri Right to Life The preliminary number of abortions in 2013 has finally been released by the Missouri Dept. of Health. The total numbers of abortions in 2013 was 8,740. This is a decline of 287 abortions, or over