MPs launch parliamentary motion calling for an end to ‘DIY’ abortion

By Right to Life UK Carla Lockhart MP has led a group of MPs who have launched a motion calling on the Government to end the ‘DIY’ or at-home abortion scheme.  The self-administration of both sets of abortion pills at home without an in-person consultation was temporarily allowed in March 2020 during the first COVID-19 …

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A thorough overview of one pro-life state’s successes from a pro-abortion newspaper

By Dave Andrusko As readers of NRL News Today know, Arkansas is not only among the most pro-life states in America, it continues to pass protective legislation that as much as possible hedges in the “right” to abortion while enacting measures to protect and inform abortion-minded women. Over the weekend, Rachel Herzog provided an exceptionally …

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On CNN, Gov. Reeves brilliantly defends the Mississippi’s law the Supreme Court has agreed to review

By Dave Andrusko Thanks to a heads up from a colleague, I went back and watched pro-life Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Jake Tapper’s “State of the Union Program” on CNN yesterday. Tapper went after Gov. Reeves on another issue which he handled adroitly and with aplomb. But what Tapper really wanted to grill Gov. …

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Nation’s Strongest Regulation of Chemical Abortions Approved by Legislature; Governor Stitt Signs Bills into Law

By Tony Lauinger, State Chairman, Oklahomans For Life and Kevin Calvey, State Vice Chairman, Oklahomans For Life The Oklahoma legislature last week gave final approval to a pair of critically important pro-life bills, and Governor Kevin Stitt has signed the bills into law. The last step in the legislative process for SB 778 and SB …

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Latest attempt to eliminate parental notice in Illinois fails once more

By Dave Andrusko A tremendous victory in Illinois, where pro-abortionists have tried for decades to eliminate a law requiring teenagers to notify a parent before undergoing an abortion. The Belleville News-Democrat‘s Sarah Mansur reported today that “A bill to repeal the parental notification requirement for young girls seeking an abortion didn’t come up for a …

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After House passage, two North Carolina Senate committees advance The Human Life Non-Discrimination Act

 By Dave Andrusko A month after the bill was passed by the North Carolina House, “A pair of North Carolina Senate committees voted Wednesday to advance a bill that would prevent women from seeking abortions because of race, sex or a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome,” the Associated Press’ Bryan Anderson reported. House Bill 453–The …

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Bills to Regulate Chemical Abortions in Oklahoma on their way to Governor’s desk

By Tony Lauinger, State Chairman, Oklahomans For Life Two critically important pro-life bills to regulate chemical abortions are on their way to the desk of Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt. Sadly, when these bills received initial approval last month in the House, not a single Democrat voted for the bills. The abortion industry wants to kill …

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Ascension of pro-life Republicans in New Hampshire evidence in proposal to ban abortions at 24 weeks

By Dave Andrusko Pro-life Republicans in New Hampshire are continuing to advance a bill that prohibits abortions at 24 weeks (22 weeks post-fertilization) except to save the mother’s life. The bill passed the House last month on a vote of 191-160.  Yesterday, on a party line vote of 3-2, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced HB 625 to the Senate …

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Kansans for Life Encourages Override of Governor Kelly’s veto of clinical trial funding for patients with severe COVID-19

Kansans for Life (KFL) opposes Governor Laura Kelly’s politically driven line-item veto of a $500,000 budget provision designated for a clinical trial to help patients with severe COVID-19 through the Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center (MSCTC) at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Please contact your elected officials. Urge them to override the Governor’s line-item …

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Born-Alive bill on its way to pro-life Alabama Gov. Ivey

By Dave Andrusko The Alabama Legislature has sent to pro-life Gov. Kay Ivey a bill that “says a doctor who attempts an abortion must provide the same level of care for a child who survives an abortion as a doctor would for any other child at birth,” according to reporter Mike Cason. The Senate’s May …

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How Can Senators Ignore an Overwhelming Show of Support for Ultrasound bill?

By Delaware State Sen. Bryant Richardson Last week, I mentioned that I was caught off guard when I found out my ultrasound bill, Senate Bill 108 (SB 108), was being heard in the Senate Legislative Oversight and Sunset Committee (SLOSC). I had notified the SLOSC chairperson that I had already made a commitment to attend …

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