By Dave Andrusko On Wednesday, pro-life Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed SB 157, the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act. The bill requires that doctors perform life-saving treatment to the baby, as they would to an infant born alive in any other situation. It also requires a report to be created by the Ohio Department of Health …Continue reading "Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signs Born-Alive Infant Protection Act"
By Dave Andrusko As a result of the Supreme Court’s December 10th decision, Texas’s Heartbeat law remains good law. Consequently more babies will be saved, as many as 100 a day! “The result of the Court’s decisions is largely a victory for the pro-life movement,” said James Bopp, Jr., General Counsel for National Right to …Continue reading "More lives continued to saved by Texas Heartbeat Law"
By SPUC—Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Pro-life members of the Northern Ireland Assembly are remaining defiant despite Tuesday’s rejection of a Bill aimed at introducing an upper time limit for abortion on grounds of non-fatal disability. Currently children found to have a disability can be aborted up to birth. Assembly members (MLAs) voted …Continue reading "People of Northern Ireland must be able to hold politicians to account, says SPUC, after MLAs back most extreme abortion regime in Europe"
By Monica Snyder, Secular Pro-Life I’ve long wanted four children. I have a 6-year-old daughter, a 4-year-old daughter, and a 2-year-old son. My son was originally a twin, but we lost his sibling in the first trimester. I grieved (and still grieve), but I also knew that pregnancies with multiples often have problems, and I …Continue reading "Getting an ultrasound the morning the Texas Heartbeat Law went into effect"
By Dave Andrusko The Thomson Reuters Foundation is the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters “that covers the lives of people around the world who struggle to live freely or fairly.” Guess what? Those “who struggle to live freely or fairly” most assuredly do not include unborn babies. Anastasia Moloney is the author of “Abortion rights: …Continue reading "Proud to be “bucking the trend” of nations loosening their abortion law"
Congress returns this week with a busy slate of items they wish to accomplish prior to the Christmas holiday. Pro-lifers are poised for a fight to stop additional federal funding of abortion. Read the full story.Continue reading "Pro-lifers are poised for a fight"
By Right to Life UK Chile’s lower Chamber of Deputies has rejected a Bill that sought to introduce abortion on demand up to 14 weeks gestation. The legislation, introduced in January this year, sought to amend the current Chilean penal code so that the current prohibitions on abortion only applied after 14 weeks. After the …Continue reading "Chile rejects abortion"
By Dave Andrusko Another victory for unborn children in Ohio. This afternoon the House passed SB 157, the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act , following an overwhelming Senate vote in favor last October. The bill now goes to Gov. Mike DeWine for his signature. “The bill acknowledges the simple fact that regardless of the circumstances surrounding …Continue reading "Ohio House joins Senate in passing Born-Alive Infant Protection Act, bill sent to Gov. DeWine"
By Wisconsin Right to Life On Friday, December 3, Governor Tony Evers vetoed a suite of pro-life bills and promised to do so again in the future if the occasion presented itself. Among these vetoed bills are the Born-Alive Survivors Protection Act, A Woman’s Right to Know Act, the Prenatal Diagnosis Information Act, and the …Continue reading "Wisconsin Gov. Evers votes pro-life bills"
By Right to Life UK A new Bill is being introduced to the Parliament of the Australian state of New South Wales, which seeks to make sex-selective abortion illegal. The Bill, introduced by Fred Nile MLC in November, would amend the Abortion Law Reform Act 2019 to prohibit abortion on the grounds of the child’s …Continue reading "Bill to ban sex-selective abortion introduced to NSW Parliament"
LANSING, Mich. — Abortions ending the lives of unborn children because of inherent characteristics, such as a fetal disability or not being parents’ preferred gender, would be banned in Michigan under new legislation introduced by Sen. Lana Theis on Wednesday. “Too many American children are tragically killed in their mothers’ wombs for predisposed reasons, halting lives and stunting futures without even giving …Continue reading "This bill bans ‘targeted abortions’"
By Right to Life UK A cross-party group of MPs has come together to introduce three amendments to the Government’s flagship Health and Care Bill that propose major changes to abortion law. These amendments have been tabled for Report Stage of the Bill, which will take place on Monday and Tuesday. Time limit reduction from …Continue reading "Member of Parliament propose major changes to UK abortion laws"