Indiana wins another court battle defending the dignity of life

Attorney General Todd Rokita and his team won yet another court battle this week defending the dignity of life. This time, the team secured a decision in the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals upholding — for the second time — an Indiana law requiring medical facilities to bury or cremate fetal remains following abortions. …

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North Dakota Supreme Court asked to lift injunction against abortion ban

By Dave Andrusko The North Dakota Supreme Court heard oral arguments today to determine whether South Central District Judge Bruce Romanick erred in issuing a preliminary injunction against a law which protects unborn babies except in cases of rape or incest or when the life of the mother is in danger. “Romanick’s ruling in October …

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Day Before Thanksgiving: As Kansans for Life Predicted, More Commonsense Abortion Limits Blocked 

Judge Teresa Watson of the Shawnee County District Court has sided with the Trust Women Foundation abortion clinic and issued an injunction blocking the state’s law prohibiting doctors from prescribing dangerous abortion-inducing drugs without an in-person consultation.    “We’re sickened to watch another commonsense abortion limit be blocked by a judge after a law was …

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Pro-life Polish gov’t prevails in lawsuit brought by woman who failed to obtain abortion

The case was ‘part of a strategic litigation programme run by Polish non-governmental organisations’ to attack Poland’s restrictive abortion laws, said the European Centre for Law and Justice. By Andreas Wailzer The abortion lobby suffered a defeat in a recent trial at the European Court of Humans Rights (ECHR).  The case by a Polish woman, called “Ms. …

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Georgia’s Heartbeat Law back in effect!

By Dave Andrusko Last week, on the day before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court of Georgia stayed Fulton County Superior Judge Robert McBurney ‘s  November 15th decision to invalidate Georgia’s Heartbeat Bill.  That meant that the Georgia LIFE Act, which would protect unborn children from abortion once an unborn child’s heartbeat can be detected, was immediately …

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Kansas court blocks state law banning telemedicine prescription of abortion pills

By Jack Bingham TOPEKA, Kansas — A Kansas judge has blocked the state’s law prohibiting doctors from prescribing dangerous abortion-inducing drugs without an in-person consultation.   Judge Teresa Watson of the Shawnee County District Court sided with the Trust Women Foundation abortion clinic Wednesday, granting the group’s request for an injunction of the state’s Telemedicine …

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Georgia quickly appeals decision that blocked enforcement of state’s Heartbeat Law, asks that decision be immediately put on hold

By Dave Andrusko Representing Gov. Brian Kemp, on Friday, the office of Georgia’s pro-life Attorney General Chris Carr asked the Georgia Supreme Court to immediately reverse the November 15th ruling by a Superior Court judge that blocked enforcement of the state’s Heartbeat Bill which would protect unborn children from abortion once an unborn child’s heartbeat can …

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Kentucky Supreme Court considers challenges to two life-affirming laws

By Dave Andrusko The Kentucky Supreme Court, meeting a week after the pro-life Constitutional Amendment 2 narrowly lost, heard the state’s solicitor general defend two pro-life laws and the ACLU insist they will cause irreparable harm. At this stage, the state’s highest court is not addressing whether the bans are constitutional. Rather the issue before …

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Kentucky Supreme Court to hear challenge Tuesday to two pro-life Kentucky laws

By Dave Andrusko On November 8th, the voters of Kentucky voted down Kentucky Amendment  2 which stated “To protect human life, nothing in this Constitution shall be construed to secure or protect a right to abortion or require the funding of abortion.”  “Passage of the measure would have guaranteed there is no state right to …

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Court ruling forces New York town to allow Planned Parenthood to open

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser Henrietta, New York — the town that refused to allow Planned Parenthood to open a facility within its limits — will be forced to welcome the abortion chain following a court ruling which orders the Town Board to approve Planned Parenthood’s permit. In June, the Henrietta Town Board denied Planned Parenthood’s application …

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North Dakota judge says he will keep the state’s abortion ban from taking effect

Romanick affirmed his refusal to let the state’s abortion ban take effect despite the state Supreme Court ordering him to reconsider whether he had made the “appropriate” decision as a lawsuit over the law is pending. By Dave Andrusko Say this for North Dakota District Judge Bruce Romanick. If he can’t keep North Dakota’s abortion law …

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Judge told she should set aside a 2019 permanent injunction that prevented Iowa from enforcing its Heartbeat Law

By Dave Andrusko It seems obvious, so obvious I must be missing something. Iowa’s Heartbeat Law was passed in 2018 and permanently enjoined in 2019. Last Friday, according to David Pitt of the Associated Press, Chris Schandevel, a lawyer for Governor Kim Reynolds, said Judge Celene Gogerty should set aside a 2019 permanent injunction that prevented …

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