Lawsuits in North Carolina and West Virginia Seek to Force States to Allow Chemical Abortions in Violation of State Laws

WASHINGTON – Lawsuits filed in North Carolina and West Virginia seek to place the authority of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over any state laws impacting the use of chemical abortion drugs. Earlier this month, the FDA formalized a decision made in 2021 to permanently drop the in-person requirement for the distribution of …

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New Human Life Protection Bill clears first hurdle of 2023; S.C. House Constitutional Laws Subcommittee Gives 3-0 Approval 

By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life COLUMBIA, S.C.  – On Thursday, The Constitutional Laws Subcommittee of the South Carolina House Judiciary Committee advanced a new Human Life Protection Act (H3774) to the full Judiciary Committee. The full House Judiciary Committee is expected to take up the measure on February 7, 2023. Voting in favor of …

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Biden’s Top 10 Falsehoods on Abortion

By Maureen Ferguson  On the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade, Joe Biden issued a proclamation parroting the abortion lobby’s disinformation surrounding the Dobbs case. Let’s examine the Top Ten Falsehoods: First: Thousands of women will die without access to abortion. Earning “Four Pinocchios” from the Washington Post fact-checker, this claim is as false today as when it was manufactured pre-Roe. It is …

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‘Asleep at the Wheel’: DeSantis Highlights Justice Department’s Abortion Double Standard

By Katrina Trinko     It’s no secret that the Biden Justice Department appears to be highly politicized—and now Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is underscoring that. Asked Thursday about the indictment this week of two pro-abortion activists in Florida on charges of spray-painting threats on the exterior of a pregnancy resource center, DeSantis said he was …

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House Democrats Push For Taxpayer Funded Abortions

By Tierin-Rose Mandelburg On January 26, House Democrats introduced a bill that would reverse the Hyde Amendment, the bill that banned federally funded abortions. The left wants to make abortion even more easily accessible, and use our hard earned money to do so.  The bill is called the “Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance …

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Baby the size of a cookie born at just 25 weeks home in time for Christmas

By Right to Life UK A baby who was born the size of a cookie at 25 weeks gestation spent 115 days in hospital and was able to spend his first Christmas at home. Baby Wells was born at just 25 weeks gestation in November 2021 with his twin, Ezra. Sadly, because the pair were …

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Sen. Lankford Exposes DOJ Memo for Violating Law & Promoting Abortion on Demand

WASHINGTON, DC – In December, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) released a memorandum claiming that abortion drugs can be mailed into states that prohibit abortions—directly violating existing law. In response, Senator James Lankford (R-OK) sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland condemning the Biden Administration’s willingness to jeopardize the health and safety of women …

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“Nothing empowering” about cheap knockoff abortion drugs

By Petra What would an appropriate reaction be to finding out that a prescription medication with potentially severe side effects was being illegally sold online under fake advertisements to avoid the listing being taken down? Sounds pretty bad, right? I think an appropriate reaction would be shock, surprise, horror, confusion, indignation… a myriad of emotions …

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Seven reasons to question the safety of the abortion pill

By Carole Novielli  The abortion industry often claims that the abortion pill is “safer than Tylenol.” Yet reports continue to emerge of increasing ER visits and complications due to chemical abortion even as the world considers making at-home DIY abortions — increasingly popularized and authorized during the COVID-19 pandemic — permanent. Here are seven reasons why everyone …

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Governor Evers Continues Attack on Wisconsin’s Pro-Life Law

By Wisconsin Right to Life In his second inaugural address. Gov. Evers once again pledged his support for the repeal of Wisconsin’s current pro-life statute, 940.04. This is not Governor Evers’ first attack on the law. In the months since the overturning of Roe. V. Wade, he has brought a direct legal challenge against 940.04 …

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Pro-Abortion Virginia Democrats kill numerous Pro-Life Bills in Committee

By Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) Tragically, on Thursday, in the full Senate Education and Health committee meeting, chaired by Sen. Louise Lucas, D-18, two bills designed to advance the conversation in Virginia about protecting the lives of unborn children were killed by the Democrat pro-abortion extremists on that committee.  Two of the bills would recognize …

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