By Dave Andrusko One of National Right to Life and its affiliates’ signature issues is a ban on the hideous dismemberment of living unborn babies. Today, the United States Supreme Court agreed to consider whether to allow pro-life Kentucky General Daniel Cameron to intervene to defend HB 454, passed in 2018, after pro-abortion Democratic Governor …Continue reading "Supreme Court agrees to consider whether Kentucky AG may intervene to protect state’s law banning the dismemberment of living unborn babies"
Ultimately judge’s decision must be upheld by Supreme Court of Argentina By Dave Andrusko The Catholic News Agency reported yesterday that on March 18, Judge María Eugenia Bona, a provincial judge in Argentina, “declared the law legalizing elective abortion in the country unconstitutional.” However, “The ruling applies to the [San Luis] province, and must be …Continue reading "In first step Judge in San Luis Province declares Argentina law legalizing elective abortions unconstitutional"
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined a 19-state coalition in filing a motion before the United States Supreme Court to defend the Title X rules and ensure that federal funds are not used to support abortions. “Kentuckians value human life, and we will not stand by while the Biden Administration tries to …Continue reading "Attorney General Cameron Files Motion before the U.S. Supreme Court to Protect Prohibition of Federal Funding of Abortions"
By Indiana Right to Life The U.S. Seventh Circuit has, for the second time, denied the right of Indiana parents to be notified if a minor daughter seeks a judicial bypass to have an abortion. The 2-1 decision, announced on Friday, was authored by Seventh Circuit Judge David Hamilton, an Obama appointee. The previous ruling …Continue reading "Seventh circuit: Indiana parents have no right to be notified if a young daughter seeks an abortion"
By Dave Andrusko On Monday NRL News Today provided a brief once-over of the decision by a split 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to again declare that Indiana’s 2017 parental notification law was unconstitutional. The reason Senate Enrolled Act 404 was back there in the first place was because the Supreme Court had remanded this …Continue reading "The many solid reasons why the Supreme Court should uphold Indiana’s Parental Notification Law"
By Dave Andrusko On Friday, a divided Seventh Circuit Court of appeals panel reaffirmed its earlier decision blocking Indiana’s 2017 parental notification law. As NRL News Today reported, the initial decision went up to the Supreme Court which remanded this law, among others, back to the 7th Circuit, and instructed the court to consider its …Continue reading "Divided 7th Circuit panel affirms earlier decision striking Indiana’s parental notification law"
By Dave Andrusko There is virtually no pro-life measure that the Abortion Industry doesn’t immediately challenge in court, including Senate Bill 27, the Unborn Child Dignity Act. As NRL News Today reported earlier this week, abortion providers– including Planned Parenthood and Preterm Cleveland, Women’s Med Group and Northeast Ohio Women’s Center –brought suit Tuesday asking …Continue reading "Judge denies request for TRO again Ohio law requiring proper and humane burial or cremation of aborted babies"
By Dave Andrusko Back on February 22, we analyzed a decision on an informed consent law which sharply divided a three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The panel rejected Tennessee’s request to issue a stay in order that the state could revive its 48 hour waiting period while the state Attorney …Continue reading "21 state coalition files amicus supporting Tennessee’s 48 hour waiting period"
By Dave Andrusko Back in September we reposted about a lawsuit brought by abortion proponents against a Tennessee’s omnibus pro-life bill. It was heard by an overly sympathetic U.S. District Court Judge William Campbell. Last Friday Judge Campbell preliminarily enjoined part of the law — an informed consent provision requiring “that abortion clinics post a sign …Continue reading "Federal Judge issues TRO against Tennessee law requiring women know about abortion pill reversal"
By Dave Andrusko On Friday a divided panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Tennessee’s request to issue a stay so the state could revive its 48 hour waiting period while the state Attorney General appeals U.S. District Judge Bernard A. Friedman’s decision striking down the law to the full Sixth Circuit. …Continue reading "6th Circuit panel rejects call to stay decision blocking Tennessee’s 48 hour waiting period, court dissent explains why state will eventually prevail"
From the office of the Louisiana Attorney General BATON ROUGE, La. – A federal court has lifted a prior restraint imposed on Louisiana legislators and prominent national journalists preventing access to and public discussion of information contained in court records related to Louisiana abortion providers. While granting access to numerous documents in June Medical Services, …Continue reading "Gag Order Lifted in Historic Louisiana Abortion Case, Federal Court Orders Information About Providers Be Unsealed"
By Dave Andrusko At the eleventh hour, another judge rescued Planned Parenthood yet again. Late Wednesday night, Travis County Judge Maya Guerra Gambala granted three Planned Parenthood affiliates operating in Texas a temporary restraining order blocking the state from removing Planned Parenthood from the state’s list of eligible Medicaid providers. Judge Gambala set a hearing …Continue reading "Planned Parenthood wins last minute reprieve from local Texas Judge"