Idaho Supreme Court to hear arguments about state’s Heartbeat law August 3

By Dave Andrusko The Idaho Supreme Court announced on Wednesday that it will hear oral arguments in a lawsuit brought by a regional Planned Parenthood organization against the Fetal Heartbeat Preborn Child Protection Act. The date was set for August 3 when the justices will hear arguments pro and con over a law that bans …

Continue reading "Idaho Supreme Court to hear arguments about state’s Heartbeat law August 3"

ACLU challenges Florida’s ban on abortions after the 15th week, Gov. DeSantis “confident that this law will ultimately withstand all legal challenges.”

By Dave Andrusko As expected, with Florida’s new ban on abortions after the 15th week scheduled to take effect July 1, the ACLU of Florida Wednesday filed a lawsuit asking for an injunction on behalf of two Planned Parenthood organizations and several abortion providers in the state. “The challenge filed in Leon County Circuit Court …

Continue reading "ACLU challenges Florida’s ban on abortions after the 15th week, Gov. DeSantis “confident that this law will ultimately withstand all legal challenges.”"

U.S. District Judge Jennings denies AG Cameron’s request to enforce Kentucky’s new abortion law while he appeals her decision to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals 

By Dave Andrusko On April 13, Kentucky’s legislature voted to override pro-abortion Gov. Andy Beshear’s veto of HB 3, a multi-faceted pro-life bill that includes a ban on abortions performed after the 15th week. However, at the request of Planned Parenthood and the ACLU, Judge Rebecca Grady Jennings “issued successive temporary restraining orders spanning four …

Continue reading "U.S. District Judge Jennings denies AG Cameron’s request to enforce Kentucky’s new abortion law while he appeals her decision to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals "

Right to Life of Michigan asks appeals court to throw out injunction blocking the revival of a state law criminalizing most abortions should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.

By Dave Andrusko On Wednesday, the Michigan Court of Appeals “opened the door” to requests from Right to Life of Michigan, the Michigan Catholic Conference, and two county prosecutors who are asking the appeals court to throw out the injunction granted by Court of Claims Judge Elizabeth Gleicher  blocking the revival of a state law …

Continue reading "Right to Life of Michigan asks appeals court to throw out injunction blocking the revival of a state law criminalizing most abortions should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade."

Florida Gov. DeSantis about to appoint a fourth new justice, pro-abortionists fear new composition of state Supreme Court

By Dave Andrusko The prospect of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade in June has the Abortion Industry and much of the media suddenly discovering the importance of state Supreme Courts. Many times we’ve talked about state Supreme Courts finding a heretofore unknown “right to abortion” hidden away in their constitutions. For example, Florida. …

Continue reading "Florida Gov. DeSantis about to appoint a fourth new justice, pro-abortionists fear new composition of state Supreme Court"

Michigan Judge gives Planned Parenthood a preliminary victory by suspending enforcement of Pre-Roe Abortion Ban

By Dave Andrusko In a decision handed down Tuesday, Elizabeth Gleicher, the chief judge on Michigan’s Court of Claims, held that abortion is a fundamental right under the state’s constitution. In granting a preliminary injunction, Gleicher, gave a “preliminary victory to Planned Parenthood of Michigan that would stop the revival of Michigan’s 1931 abortion ban …

Continue reading "Michigan Judge gives Planned Parenthood a preliminary victory by suspending enforcement of Pre-Roe Abortion Ban"

Dr. Husel Acquitted in 14 alleged overdose deaths in Ohio – What Happened? 

By Sara Buscher Editor’s note. Sara Buscher is a lawyer and Chair, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition USA. On April 20, 2022 an Ohio jury acquitted former doctor William Husel of intentionally murdering 14 patients with extremely large and lethal doses of Fentanyl. Some claim his acquittal means doctors are free to deliberately overdose patients to hasten …

Continue reading "Dr. Husel Acquitted in 14 alleged overdose deaths in Ohio – What Happened? "

ADF attorneys file motion on behalf of Right to Life of Michigan, Michigan Catholic Conference to defend state abortion law

Editor’s note. The following press release was issued by Alliance Defending Freedom to announce the motion filed by Right to Life of Michigan and Michigan Catholic Conference. This brief is a response to Governor Whitmer’s lawsuit that was filed on April 7th. Governor Whitmer is asking the Michigan Supreme Court to find a right to …

Continue reading "ADF attorneys file motion on behalf of Right to Life of Michigan, Michigan Catholic Conference to defend state abortion law"

Kentucky Attorney General Cameron Calls on U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to Enforce Federal Law Prohibiting Efforts to Intimidate Supreme Court Justices

FRANKFORT, Ky. (May 12, 2022) – Attorney General Daniel Cameron today urged U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to respond to recent efforts to intimidate Supreme Court Justices after a draft opinion was leaked in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. “Americans have a right to peacefully protest, but protesting with the intent to intimidate a …

Continue reading "Kentucky Attorney General Cameron Calls on U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to Enforce Federal Law Prohibiting Efforts to Intimidate Supreme Court Justices"

South Dakota Gov. Noem’s Appeal of Abortion Pills Order Put on Hold

Both sides agreed to wait on Supreme Court By Dave Andrusko When the first draft of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s opinion was leaked to the press, its conclusion that Roe and Casey ought to be overturned had immediate consequences for other abortion cases. For example, “A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered that a …

Continue reading "South Dakota Gov. Noem’s Appeal of Abortion Pills Order Put on Hold"

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita leads new multistate action defending unborn children 

Attorney General Rokita proclaims Texas Heartbeat Law is a model for other states  Attorney General Todd Rokita is leading an 18-state coalition fighting the Biden administration’s latest efforts to derail a Texas law that prohibits abortion when doctors can detect a fetal heartbeat.  “We will continue to protect the lives of the unborn and the health …

Continue reading "Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita leads new multistate action defending unborn children "

U.S. District Judge Rebecca Grady Jennings has extended ban on new Kentucky abortion law

By Dave Andrusko U.S. District Judge Rebecca Grady Jennings has extended the temporary restraining order issued last Thursday on the enforcement of House Bill 3 until May 19, accepting the argument from the state’s two abortion clinics who said they can’t comply with all its requirements. She said the decision to extend the TRO is not a …

Continue reading "U.S. District Judge Rebecca Grady Jennings has extended ban on new Kentucky abortion law"