Two MPs attempt to hijack Gov. Bill with extreme abortion up to birth amendments

By Right to Life UK Pro-abortion MPs, Stella Creasy and Diana Johnson, have hijacked a Government Bill by tabling [introducing] amendments that propose removing offences that make it illegal to perform a self-abortion at any point right through to birth. After Tuesday’s debate on the Second Reading of the Government’s Criminal Justice Bill,, Stella Creasy and Diana …

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Peru affirms preborn children have a constitutional right to life

By Bridget Sielicki Lawmakers in Peru overwhelmingly passed a law on November 9 that recognizes that preborn children have a constitutional right to life. The new law passed 72-26 with six abstentions. Congressman Alejandro Muñante told ACI Prensa that the new law, titled the “Law that Recognizes Rights of the Conceived,” was necessary “to consolidate the right to …

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Tennessee Right to Life Applauds Gov. Lee’s Signature on Pro-Life Legislation

Human Life Protection Act Will Prohibit Abortion When Roe v. Wade is Overturned My wife and I will be gone on vacation this week. I’m putting up 5 or 6 previously run stories each day and maybe one or two new stories. See you in a week. Dave Andrusko, Editor, National Right to Life News Today …

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Hungary’s Fetal Heartbeat Declaration Gives EU Parliament Heartburn

But Nothing Justifies Abortion, says Population Research Institute-Europe By Carlos Beltramo, Ph. D., Population Research Institute Hungary has for years been developing policies in favor of babies, life, and families. However, it still has a law on the books that allows abortion up to the 12th week of pregnancy, a defect that the government of …

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Leaders in Chile consider constitutional protections for the preborn

By Bridget Sielicki  Leaders in Chile are looking to protect preborn lives by passing a new constitution that would protect “the life of the unborn child and maternity.” According to The Guardian, the country’s Republican party, which is considered conservative, swept elections for a new constitutional council in May. The council is now working on a draft …

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Violence Against Pregnant Women Act defeated but progress was made in Parliament

By We Need a Law In June 2023, Bill C-311, the Violence Against Pregnant Women Act, was debated for the second time in Parliament before being voted down 205-113. This bill would have added to sentencing requirements so that someone who killed or injured a pregnant woman would face a harsher sentence than a similar criminal who assaulted someone …

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Parliamentarians call for reinstatement of in-person abortion consultations after 8-month ‘DIY’ abortion

By Right to Life UK MPs and Peers have called for the reinstatement of in-person consultations before medical abortions after campaigners exploited the distressing case of an eight-month abortion to call for its legalization up to birth. Following the tragic news earlier this week of a woman using illegally-obtained abortion pills to abort her baby, Lily, at …

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Calls for Government to reinstate in-person abortion appointments, not introduce abortion up to birth, after 8-month abortion case

By Right to Life UK A woman has been “plagued by nightmares and flashbacks” to seeing the face of her baby, Lily, whom she aborted at eight months gestation using illegally-obtained abortion pills. Carla Foster, 44, used the British Pregnancy Advisory Service’s (BPAS) “pills by post” scheme to obtain abortion pills during lockdown when she was 32-34 …

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A 15-week Phantom “Ban” is no “Ban” at all

By David N. O’Steen, Ph.D.  “Top anti-abortion leaders are continuing to lobby Donald Trump on a 15- week ban they believe should be the standard for Republican Party” began a story in the May 18 issue of Politico. A similar story ran in the same day in the Washington Post. These are not publications sympathetic to pro-lifers. How …

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Abortion Myths That Need Dismantling: Six Week Bans Take Effect Before Many Women Know They’re Pregnant

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research It is hard to tell exactly when or where the first statement was made, but shortly after pro-lifers introduced the first “Heartbeat Bill” in 2011, pro-abortion activists began complaining that the law, if passed, would ban abortions as early as the sixth week of …

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Defend the Unborn by Correcting Pro-Abortion Propaganda

By Carol Tobias, President Have you noticed how practically every piece of legislation designed to protect unborn children and their mothers is called an abortion “ban”? A bill that would prevent abortion after 15 weeks, a time at which the unborn child can feel pain, is called a “ban” by abortion advocates in the Democrat …

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“The Supreme Court’s decision marked the righting of a constitutional wrong, and it opened up the chance to right a great moral wrong: the legalized killing of unborn Americans”

Editor’s note. On Tuesday the Senate witnessed an extraordinary outpouring of pro-life speeches. We will post three of those remarks today and more tomorrow. The following comes from Sen. John Thune (R-SD). Mr. President, on Friday, as they have done for decades, Americans from around the country— many of them young people—took to the streets …

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