Gov. Walz, AG Ellison stand as roadblocks to protecting unborn children and their mothers in Minnesota

By Paul Stark MCCL Communications Director Editor’s note. This appeared in the August issue of National Right to Life News. Please share this story, and the remainder of this 46-page edition, with pro-life family and friends. On July 11, a judge in Ramsey County District Court eliminated a number of longstanding, bipartisan, and commonsense abortion …

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North Dakota’s lone abortion clinic asks judge to delay the start of the state’s “trigger” law banning nearly all abortions

By Dave Andrusko Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo, the only abortion clinic in North Dakota, took its case to a Burleigh County District Court judge today, asking Judge Bruce Romanick to delay the start of the state’s “trigger” law banning nearly all abortions. According to the Associated Press, lawyers for the clinic “argued for …

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Judge O.K.’s Michigan Governor Whitmer’s request for temporary injunction against state’s ban on abortion

By Dave Andrusko Oakland County Judge Jacob Cunningham ruled today that county prosecutors cannot enforce the state’s 1931 abortion ban, a victory for pro-abortion Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. The preliminary injunction “means abortion will likely remain legal in Michigan until Whitmer’s case or a lawsuit brought by Planned Parenthood in the Michigan Court of Appeals is fully …

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Attorney General Cameron hails decision by Kentucky Supreme Court to keep pro-life laws in place while the case works its way through legal channels

By Dave Andrusko As we reported late yesterday, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued an order that keeps Kentucky’s Human Life Protection Act and Heartbeat Law in effect while the case before the Court is pending. “The justices declined to grant emergency relief but accepted the case and ordered the parties to submit,” Court House News …

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Pregnancy help should never be controversial 

By Jor-El Godsey  Life-affirming pregnancy help should not be controversial. Helping women embrace the motherhood in which they find themselves however the arrived there is something everyone should be able to support. This used to be a value our entire culture supported. Certainly, medicine did for more than a millennium. We can see the evidence …

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Love is powerful and unstoppable and will triumph in the end

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It was one of those moments that captivated the heart, demonstrating what love looks like in practice. I was sitting in church when all of a sudden I spied a tiny boy toddling up the steps of the altar. He seemed so confident and self-assured for …

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No Joke: Seth Dillon Firmly Defends Pro-Life Worldview on ‘Joe Rogan Experience’

By John Simmons  Seth Dillon runs the Babylon Bee, a satirical news website that creates fake yet humorous headlines about everything from religion to sports. But during an appearance on the “Joe Rogan Experience,” he was all business when defending the pro-life approach to babies and standing against the foolishness of pro-choice advocates.  Towards the …

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We were born with a brain. Why can’t we use it when debating abortion? 

After Dobbs, pro-abortion activists are resorting to smear tactics instead of engaging with the issues.  By Michael Cook  Some character flaws are irremediable. One of mine is a time-wasting obsessive-compulsive drive to fact-check clichés. In the wake of Dobbs, the US Supreme Court decision which overruled Roe v. Wade, this has become a necessity. Bear …

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Why Maya Hawke’s gratitude for a sibling’s death by abortion is deeply unsettling

By Nancy Flanders  Actress Maya Hawke of “Stranger Things” fame, daughter of actress Uma Thurman and actor Ethan Hawke, told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show in July that if it weren’t for her mother’s previous abortion, “I wouldn’t exist.” It’s a sentiment that, once examined, exposes the true horror of what an abortion is …

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Survey of post-abortive women shows their emotional trauma

By Sarah Terzo The pro-life group Heartbeats conducted a survey of post-abortive women. They asked the women what they experienced after their abortion(s). 92% experience an emotional deadening, either feeling less in touch with their emotions or feeling a “need to stifle their emotions.” 86% have an increased tendency toward anger or rage (48% reported …

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Little fighter born a week before the abortion limit is going strong a year later

By Right to Life UK A baby born a week before the abortion limit in the UK recovered from a rare infection, had five life-saving surgeries, a brain bleed and his left leg amputated, but the “little fighter” is still going strong and getting better a year later. Baby Mason was born when his mum, …

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