Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signs multi-faceted pro-life bill into law

By Dave Andrusko As pro-lifers anticipated and pro-abortionists dreaded, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee today signed a multi-part Tennessee abortion bill into law. “Lee, who announced the legislation in January alongside Republican lawmakers, said during a livestream from his desk Monday that he was signing ‘arguably the most conservative, pro-life piece of legislation in the country’” …

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Noted abortion researcher admits pro-life laws stop abortions

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. This appeared a year ago today. Dr. O’Bannon captures in great detail an admission pro-abortionists are loath to concede: pro-life laws affect behavior—for the better! For years, whenever pro-life legislation was discussed or passed, advocates of abortion told us it was a …

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Mississippi Gov. signs pro-life Life Equality Act

By Dave Andrusko As eagerly anticipated, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Wednesday signed the Life Equality Act that bans abortion based on the baby’s race, sex, disability, or genetic makeup.  “The new Mississippi law that bans certain reasons for abortion took effect as soon as the governor signed the bill,” explained Emily Wagster Pettus of …

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July 1st, 2020: A Bad Day for Virginia’s Women and Children, A Good Day for Abortionists

Help VSHL Stop Right-to-Abortion Amendment By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) Today, July 1, 2020, pro-life laws that took years to establish in Virginia’s code will be ripped away as the new laws passed in the 2020 General Assembly go into effect. Pro-abortion groups will have much to celebrate, but …

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NRLC urges House to opposes H.R. 1425, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act

Dear Representative: The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the federation of state right-to-life organizations, opposes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act (H.R. 1425). NRLC will include votes related to H.R. 1425 in our scorecard of key right-to-life votes of the 116th Congress. H.R. 1425 contains several objectionable provisions including: 1) Permanent tax …

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“The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children”

Editor’s note. This appeared a year ago in NRL News Today and is an unfortunately all too accurate summation of the current abortion-for-any-reason-throughout –pregnancy status of the Democrat Party. When they control the levers of power, as they do in Vermont, they demonstrate an unbridled thirst for killing. Mary Beerworth, Vermont Right to Life executive …

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NRLC tells House Members passage of H.R. 51 would mean funding of hundreds (if not more) of elective abortions in D.C. annually.

Dear Representative: The purpose of this letter is to inform you of the abortion implications of H.R. 51 which purports to grant the District of Columbia statehood.  Article I of the U.S. Constitution says that Congress holds complete legislative authority over the District of Columbia (“exclusive legislation in all cases whatsoever”). That is why the …

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Mississippi Senate passes bill to ban abortions because of the race, sex, or genetic abnormality of the baby

By Dave Andrusko WJTV reported today that the Life Equality Act has passed the Mississippi Senate 33-11 and will be on its way to Governor Tate Reeves after the House, where it originated, finalizes its concurrence. “This bill would prevent an abortion for the reasons of race, gender or genetic abnormality unless there is a …

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Planned Parenthood blasts 24-hour waiting period on its way to Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds

By Dave Andrusko As of this morning, Planned Parenthood is making critical noises about a new bill on its way to Iowa pro-life Kim Reynolds but it has not yet flatly said it would appeal the measure that requires a 24-hour period of reflection after an abortion-minded woman has her first appointment. Over the weekend, …

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Assemblies of God Issues Statement of Support for Louisiana’s Love Life Amendment

By Louisiana Right to Life The Louisiana District Council of the Assemblies of God have released an official statement in support of the Love Life Amendment to the Louisiana Constitution, which will be voted on by Louisiana voters on Tuesday, Nov. 2. The Love Life Amendment, if approved, will ensure there is no right to …

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