Upholds Ohio’s Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act WASHINGTON — In a 9-7 decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit reversed a preliminary injunction against Ohio’s 2017 Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act. The legislation was championed by National Right to Life’s state affiliate in Ohio, Ohio Right to Life. “Abortions targeting children with Down syndrome …Continue reading "National Right to Life Praises Decision of U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit"
On April 12, We Need a Law was honoured to join Member of Parliament (MP) Cathay Wagantall at her press conference to introduce Bill C-233, the Sex Selective Abortion Act. This private member’s bill seeks to prohibit sex selective abortion. We Need a Law has long advocated against sex-selective abortion, including through our ongoing Defend …Continue reading "Canadian pro-life “We Need a Law” joins press conference to discuss bill to ban Sex Selective abortions"
By Laura Echevarria, Press Secretary WASHINGTON — In a letter dated April 12th, Janet Woodcock, M.D, acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, announced that the FDA would not enforce in-person dispensing requirements for the abortion drug mifepristone during the remainder of the pandemic. Convincing the FDA to discard necessary safety precautions is part of …Continue reading "FDA Suspends In-Person Requirement for Mifepristone Abortions, Decision Puts Women at Risk"
By Lisa Bourne A young woman who felt like she had no choice took the abortion pill and had immediate regret. But her local pregnancy help organization was there for her, and between the support she received there and the life-saving abortion pill reversal (APR) protocol, she has her little girl. Ayah said her daughter is everything …Continue reading "APR mom to others facing unplanned pregnancy: There’s hope for you, your baby matters, don’t give up on that."
By Lisa Bast In 2019, Brianne Yarbrough was excited to start a new chapter in her life since graduating high school the previous year. The 19-year-old had recently enrolled in college with plans to study nursing. But an unexpected pregnancy and unsettling prenatal diagnosis threw the young woman’s life into a tailspin. As the reality …Continue reading "Doctors told Brianne to abort because her son wouldn’t survive. Today, he’s a healthy toddler."
By Sarah Terzo Pro-choice author Craig C. Malborn writes “… Abortion is a decision that always involves two lives. When clearly articulated, the need to consider two lives creates the core dilemma in abortion, i.e., placing in competition two lives linked by motherhood. No world religion or tradition can escape confronting the two life dilemma unavoidable …Continue reading "Pro-choicer admits there are always two lives involved in abortion"
By Mary Anne Buchanan, Communications Director, West Virginians for Life The Second Chances at Life Act (HB 2982/SB 609) successfully passed the West Virginia Senate Saturday, the final day of the legislative session, by a bipartisan 27-6 vote. Passage followed an 83-15 vote in the House of Delegates on March 24. The bill will require …Continue reading "Second Chances at Life Act passes West Virginia Senate 27-6, Now Awaits Governor’s Signature"
By Mary Beerworth, Executive Director, Vermont Right to Life We are all aware that important issues are facing pro-life Americans at every turn. However, defeating the latest pro-abortion attempt, Proposal 5, in Vermont needs to grab everyone’s attention! Planned Parenthood has made it clear that they are intent on bringing their terrible plan to every …Continue reading "Vermont’s terrible Proposal 5 would “enshrine” unlimited, unregulated abortion rights!"
By Michael Cook France: A bill to legalise euthanasia was defeated by delaying tactics in the French Parliament this week. The bill was a personal initiative of Olivier Falorni, a deputy for the parliamentary splinter group Libertes et Territoires (“Freedom and Territories”). He says that the law would put a stop to a national “hypocrisy” …Continue reading "‘Dignity in dying’ legislation fails in France and Latvia"
By Sarah Terzo In a memorandum from the early pro-abortion advocacy group The Association for the Study of Abortion, the term “pro-choice” was proposed and reasons were given for why the pro-abortion movement should adopt it as a slogan. The organization was trying to come up with a slogan to match “right to life” which pro-lifers …Continue reading "Document reveals how pro-abortion movement came up with term “pro-choice”"
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By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Elsewhere today, we reposted an excerpt from an article that ran in the now-discontinued Weekly Standard about abortionist Lisa Harris. The following about Harris ran years ago but in a time when pro-abortion Democrats brazenly, openly defend abortion up until birth, what this says about the capacity of the human …Continue reading "A Long Night’s Journey into Dehumanization and the Moral Incoherence of Abortion"