Missouri Governor Signs “Simon’s Law”

By Nancy Valko Editor’s note. Last Thursday, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson’s signed “Simon’s Law.” The story reproduced below talked about this important law and the Missouri Stands for the Unborn Act.” At the time it was first written, neither had been signed. Now both have. I feel so fortunate to be living in a pro-life …

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Missouri Gov. Parson Signs “Simon’s Law”

By Missouri Right to Life On Thursday, July 11, Governor Michael Parson signed HB 138. This legislation, known as “Simon’s Law” has been a priority of Missouri Right to Life for many years. HB 138 builds on the rights of parents to make health care decisions for their minor child(ren). The Crozier Family’s story as …

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What will happen July 24 when a record number of pro-life bills become law?

By Arkansas Right to Life Now we know. On July 24, 2019, we know what will happen and what won’t. Ninety days after sine die, the official close of the 92nd Arkansas General Assembly is when the majority of legislation passed during the session and signed by the governor will become law. So, July 24, …

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Dark day as Commons votes to impose abortion on NI and threaten decriminalisation in England and Wales

A shameful amendment which would see abortion imposed upon Northern Ireland has passed through the House of Commons. MPs voted by 332 votes to 99 to pass the amendment. By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children What happened? Tuesday night, the House of Commons voted overwhelmingly in favour of a clause inserted into …

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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 For years, whenever pro-life legislation was discussed or passed, advocates of abortion told us it was a waste of time. They said that women would get abortions anyway, crossing state lines or taking matters into their own hands. Now a prominent abortion researcher and …

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Alaska governor to state Supreme Court: The abortion funding you mandated is coming from your budget

By Claire Chretien Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared at LifeSiteNews. ALASKA, July 1, 2019 – Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has a message for the state’s Supreme Court: If you’re going to force taxpayers to fund abortions, that money is coming out of your budget. The Alaska Supreme Court has continually …

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Big win for ultrasound law, temporary setback for ban on dismemberment abortions

By Dave Andrusko Very good and very bad news, on the same day. On Friday, the full 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to hear an appeal for a rehearing of a decision made in April in which a split three-judge panel upheld H.B. 2, Kentucky’s ultrasound law. As we reported at the time, …

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R.I. Legislature Now in Recess–Worst Session in History for the Pro-Life Cause

Beginning the counter attack By Barth E. Bracy, Executive Director, Rhode Island Right to Life Dear Friend of Life, It is simply not possible to exaggerate the magnitude of our defeat. While we must not despair, neither can we pretend that the General Assembly session that ended last night was anything other than the worst …

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Pro-abortionists go after two North Dakota abortion-related laws

By Dave Andrusko I guess North Dakota’s only abortion clinic figured if they’d sue the state for one new abortion-related law, they might as well challenge an older abortion-related law. On Tuesday Red River Women’s Clinic, a Fargo abortion clinic, working with the AMA and represented by the Center for Reproductive Rights, filed a federal …

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Governor Evers, Shame on You

By Heather Weininger, Executive Director, Wisconsin Right to Life Editor’s note. As he had promised, on Friday pro-abortion Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers vetoed a package of pro-life measures, even one that does no more than require that abortion survivors receive treatment equal to that given to premature babies born at the same gestational age. “Before …

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Pregnancy Center Funding at Risk, Contact Your Ohio Legislator

By Ohio Right to Life A few weeks ago, we informed you that the Senate added $5 million dollars into the Ohio biennial operating budget for Ohio’s pregnancy help centers. This is a huge increase from the $1 million that has been allocated in the budget over the last several years! Unsurprisingly, pro-abortion organizations have …

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“A very dark day in the history of our state”: Rhode Island passes radical new abortion law

By Dave Andrusko First and foremost, the deeply distressing news. On Wednesday Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo (D) signed an expansionary abortion bill radical by any standards but camouflaged as legislation to preserve “the status quo” on abortion in Rhode Island. The signing followed passage in the Senate [21-17] followed by the House [45-29]. It …

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