By Dave Andrusko At the eleventh hour, pro-abortionists in Indiana have once again used delaying tactics to prevent Senate Enrolled Act 1 from taking effect. Senate Bill 1, signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb in August 2022, allows abortions only in cases of rape or incest, when there’s a serious risk to the life of the mother …Continue reading "Last minute legal maneuvers by the ACLU keep Indiana comprehensive pro-life law from taking effect"
WASHINGTON — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a lawsuit challenging the protections the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has maintained for the use of chemical abortions involving the drug mifepristone. “Chemical abortions put at risk perfectly healthy mothers who are pregnant with perfectly healthy babies,” said Carol Tobias, president of National …Continue reading "National Right to Life: ACLU Files Suit to Eliminate FDA Restrictions On Abortion-Inducing Drugs Intended to Protect Women"
By Dave Andrusko Back on July 10, we reposted a story that was both amusing and telling. Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy had decided to cut from the budget of the state Supreme Court the amount it cost the state of Alaska to fund abortions, a requirement (you guessed it) of the Alaska Supreme Court. By …Continue reading "ACLU sues governor for cutting budget of state courts that compel Alaska to pay for elective abortions"
By Kentucky Right to Life Editor’s note. EMW Women’s Surgical Center of Louisville is Kentucky’s lone remaining abortion clinic. The clinic, represented by the ACLU, is challenging HB 454, which bans the vicious and gruesome practice of dismemberment abortion. When Gov. Matt Bevin signed the bill, Kentucky became the ninth state to ban dismemberment abortion. …Continue reading "Trial testing Kentucky’s ban on dismemberment abortion begins"
By Xavier Symons The ACLU has launched a legal challenge against Ohio’s new down syndrome abortion legislation, which prohibits doctors from aborting pregnancies purely on the basis of a Down syndrome diagnosis. The ACLU suit was filed a week ago Thursday in a Federal court in Cincinnati on behalf of Preterm in Cleveland, Planned Parenthood. …Continue reading "ACLU challenges Ohio’s down syndrome abortion law"
By Dave Andrusko As we have discussed in numerous posts, the abortion lobby (and in this case the ACLU in particular) is dead-set on creating a “right” to abort for any and all undocumented, unaccompanied minors entering this country. And perhaps even when they don’t want an abortion! Anything or anyone who will not get …Continue reading "NARAL, ACLU attack government official for trying to protect the unborn babies of undocumented minors"
By Dave Andrusko Just because it was utterly predictable doesn’t make the sting any the less painful. Suing on behalf of Preterm Cleveland, Planned Parenthood of Ohio Southwest Region, Women’s Med Center of Dayton, Dr. Roslyn Kade, and Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio, the ACLU today sued for a temporary restraining order to prevent an …Continue reading "ACLU sues to stop Ohio’s Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act from taking effect March 22"
By Dave Andrusko The ACLU is reporting that “Jane Moe,” a pregnant 17-year-old undocumented teenager, was released from a federally funded shelter and transferred to the care of her sponsor on Sunday. This meant she was free to have an abortion, but as of this afternoon, the ACLU is not saying whether she has. The …Continue reading "4th pregnant undocumented teen seeking an abortion released from federally funded shelter"
By Dave Andrusko As part of an ongoing challenge, the ACLU said today that it has asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia for a temporary restraining order so a 17-year-old undocumented woman identified as “Jane Moe” can obtain an abortion. If she succeeds, she would be the fourth undocumented pregnant teenager …Continue reading "ACLU seeks TRO to allow fourth undocumented teenager to abort"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortionists are competing for the title of “We hate pro-life President Donald Trump the most.” The first three to come to mind are Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and EMILY’s List. Add to that rogue’s list the ACLU. Under the bated-breath headline, “ACLU to storm 2018 midterms,” POLITICO tells us, “The group aims to …Continue reading "ACLU brags about becoming “a hub of the anti-Trump movement” and in defeating pro-life candidates"
By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat goes out to Heather Clark, a fine reporter for Christian News, who alerted her readers today that “A coalition of 11 states have filed an amicus brief backing the Trump administration’s appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after an illegal immigrant teenager was allowed by a federal appeals …Continue reading "11 Attorneys General back Trump Administration in dispute over undocumented teenager’s abortion"
By Lauren Konkol Five international adoptions from China, Guatemala, and South Korea—in addition to my four biological siblings—have made me the oldest of 10 children. As National Adoption Awareness Month has come and gone, I’ve reflected even more than usual on the incredible blessing I am grateful to call my family. Each of my siblings …Continue reading "My Family’s Adoption Story Could Be Impossible If ACLU Wins This Case"