By Benjamin Clapper, Executive Director, Louisiana Right to Life
A new day has dawned! Roe v. Wade is gone, and unborn babies are now protected by law in Louisiana!
The Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health has reversed Roe v. Wade, restoring to states the ability to protect unborn babies from the violence of abortion. With this decision, Louisiana law should immediately go into effect, safeguarding the right to life of precious children waiting to be born.
We call on Governor Edwards and the Department of Health to enforce our law and tell abortion businesses to cease and desist all abortions.
But, even after Louisiana is abortion-free, we know our work is not done.
Right now, pregnancy resource centers, private and public social services, adoption agencies, and more are ready to walk with moms and help babies. Moms in need can visit our website www.ADifficultChoice.com and utilize the zip code search to find pregnancy centers and a host of other social services near them.
We know we have real solutions available to help moms and babies. But it’s going to take even more from our communities, organizations, and churches to meet the needs of moms and babies. We encourage you to take your next step of service to moms and babies.
For nearly 50 years, Louisiana Right to Life has fought to overturn Roe v. Wade. Thank you to the countless people who have prayed, marched, counseled women, donated funds, volunteered time, stood in front of an abortion facility, and so much more.
Life has won today. Babies are protected. Let’s move forward to protect life and support moms in Louisiana!
Physicians for Reproductive Health — an organization of pro-abortion medical & non-medical activists — is… Read More
By Paul Stark MCCL Communications Director Editor’s note. This appeared in the August issue of… Read More
By Dave Andrusko Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo, the only abortion clinic in North… Read More
By Dave Andrusko Oakland County Judge Jacob Cunningham ruled today that county prosecutors cannot enforce… Read More
By Dave Andrusko As we reported late yesterday, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued an order… Read More