Daleiden tells court why he suspected Planned Parenthood, StemExpress of ‘homicide’

By Lianne Laurence SAN FRANCISCO, California, September 16, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — David Daleiden testified Friday that what a former fetal tissue procurement technician at StemExpress told him “made me suspect StemExpress and Planned Parenthood Mar Monte of homicide.” Center for Medical Progress (CMP) undercover journalists Daleiden and Sandra Merritt are charged with 14 felony counts …

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Federal Judge Blocks New Law Informing Women of Abortion Pill Rescue, Heartbeat Int’l Responds

A federal judge in North Dakota temporarily blocked the state’s new pro-life law ensuring women seeking abortion are informed that it may be possible to reverse the process of a chemical abortion. U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland granted the American Medical Association’s (AMA) motion for a preliminary injunction against the law Tuesday, quoting affidavits …

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Appeals panel receptive to allowing legislators to intervene to defend pro-life laws

By Dave Andrusko So you’re a solidly pro-life legislature which passes commonsense legislation which inevitably Planned Parenthood or the ACLU or both take to court. What happens if the office whose job it is to defend your legislation is occupied by a pro-abortionist? Welcome to Wisconsin whose AG is Josh Kaul, a Democrat, from whom …

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‘Historic’ Daleiden hearing begins, putting abortion industry’s ‘big players’ on stand

By Lianne Laurence SAN FRANCISCO, California, September 4, 2019 — Pro-life advocates David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt’s historic criminal preliminary hearing began with a retired late-term abortionist describing the unborn baby as a “tough little object” in an undercover video shown in court on the first day. The abortionist, referred to in court as “Doe …

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Lawsuit target commonsense Minnesota abortion laws

Abortion advocates aim to overturn informed consent, parental notification requirements By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) A potentially devasting lawsuit filed in Ramsey Country District Court challenges numerous abortion-related laws in Minnesota. The suit aims to overturn Minnesota’s Woman’s Right to Know law, parental notification law, and abortion reporting laws, …

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In preliminary hearing, Planned Parenthood admits supplying fetal body parts

By Dave Andrusko And so it began Tuesday, the first of what is expected to be a nine-day long preliminary hearing to determine whether the 15 felony charges of invasion of privacy against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt will go to trial. Daleiden, founder and project lead of the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), caused …

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Judge rules Alabama man may not bring “wrongful death” claim for an abortion performed against his wishes

By Dave Andrusko On Friday Madison County Circuit Judge Chris Comer ruled that Ryan Magers could not bring a wrongful death claim against the Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville which aborted the baby of his then-girlfriend in 2017. Last March a Madison County probate judge granted Magers’ petition to represent the estate …

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Digging deeper into Judge Sachs’ decision on Missouri’s HB 126 shows additional good news

By Dave Andrusko On Wednesday NRL News Today discussed a surprise editorial in the very pro-abortion Kansas City Star which ever so gently wondered aloud whether it was okay to abort a child for eugenic reasons. The newspaper was prodded to attention by Judge Howard Sachs’ August 28 decision which, while invalidating a ban on …

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Even pro-abortion newspapers unsettled by eugenic abortions

By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday, while my family was driving back from vacation, reliably pro-abortion U.S. District Judge Howard F. Sachs issued a temporary restraining order that prevented portion of Missouri’s strong pro-life legislation, HB 126, from going into effect pending the final ruling that is expected in several months. The most high visibility component …

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State expected to appeal decision enjoining Indiana’s 2017 parental involvement law

By Dave Andrusko A divided three-judge panel of the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of a lower court judge blocking Indiana’s Senate Bill 404, a 2017 law designed to give parents more rights if their minor daughter seeks an abortion. The Associated Press reported that Tuesday’s decision by the majority says …

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The limitless brutality intrinsic to the Kansas Supreme Court’s decision on abortion

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. We’ve posted multiple stories on that head-scratcher of …

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Florida Appeals Court sends challenge to 24-hour waiting period back to lower court

Big pro-life victory By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. Florida first enacted its 24 …

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