National Right to Life Responds to the Tragic Death of Pro-life Indiana Congresswoman Jackie Walorski

WASHINGTON—Today, National Right to Life (NRLC) mourns the passing of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) from a tragic car accident. “We mourn the loss of Representative Jackie Waloski who supported protections for the most vulnerable among us,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. “The pro-life movement is deeply indebted to Congresswoman Walorski for …

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India launches first annual March for Life in Delhi 

By Right to Life UK  India will host its first national March for Life this month. Abortion has been legal under various circumstances in India since 1971 and this year will mark the first nationally coordinated March for Life. The March is set to take place in the nation’s capital, New Delhi, on August  10. …

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First Circuit Court of Appeals Grants Writ: LA Pro-Life Laws Can Be Enforced

By Louisiana Right to Life New Orleans – On Friday, the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals granted Attorney General Jeff Landry’s request for Supervisory Writ, which means Louisiana’s 2006 Human Life Protection Act, as well as the recent 2022 Reaffirmation of Human Life Act can go back in effect. Late Thursday, 84 legislators submitted an Amicus Brief in support of the …

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What messages do pro-lifers and pro-choicers send?

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This is adapted from a workshop I participated in entitled, “The Art of Pro-Life Persuasion: One Size does not fit all.”  To expect responsibility from the pro-abortionist, to look for mercy for the powerless from people who honestly believe our biggest problem today is that there is not enough “access” …

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Following Dobbs decision, new Marquette Survey find “those favoring Roe’s overturning are more motivated to vote in November”

By Dave Andrusko The latest survey from the Marquette University Law School, released yesterday, cuts against the conventional wisdom that the overturning of Roe v. Wade would hurt Republican candidates, who are overwhelmingly pro-life, and benefit Democrats, whose passion to extend and expand abortion is unlimited. The headline to the poll is wordy and slightly …

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Judge Sides with Hope Medical Group in Abortion Case

By Louisiana Right to Life New Orleans – On Thursday, 19th Judicial District Court Judge Donald Johnson sided with Hope Medical Group for Women in their lawsuit against the 2006 Human Life Protection Act, as well as the recent 2022 Reaffirmation of Human Life Act. Attorney General Jeff Landry is expected to appeal the decision …

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Biden Administration’s new website directs minors to abortion businesses

By Nancy Flanders  The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has created a new website aimed at directing Americans to abortion and contraception, including minors. It had been developed ahead of time in preparation and anticipation of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v. Wade and launched …

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Remembering Thomas: Responsibility, Guilt and a Child Who Never Was

By Phil McCombs, Washington Post Staff Writer Editor’s note. Father’s Day is this Sunday. We’ve been running some new, some older stories about one of the most neglected subject areas in the entire abortion debate: a father’s role and responsibility in the death of his child.  Phil McCombs’s agonizing 1995 account arguably is the finest …

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As Father’s Day approaches: Men finding the strength to speak out against the atrocity that takes the lives of over 860,000 American boys and girls each year

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It is his eyes that I will never forget. They carried a darkness, a sadness that gripped my heart. He was a bystander, someone who was just passing through on his way elsewhere. He stopped and lingered beside me—just long enough to thank me. I was …

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Commemorating International Bereaved Mother’s Day: ‘You are your child’s mother forever’

By Nancy Flanders Mother’s Day, celebrated on the second Sunday in May each year, is a day on which we celebrate mothers — and it has an amazing history of how it came to be. But often, mothers who have suffered the loss of a child struggle with that particular day every year. Lesser known is the first Sunday of May …

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Idaho Supreme Court rejects request of the Catholic Church to file a brief defending the state’s new abortion law

By Dave Andrusko The Catholic church asked on Monday, the Idaho Supreme answered on Wednesday: No! Without explanation, the Idaho Supreme Court yesterday said the Catholic church could not file a “friend of the court” brief defending the state’s new abortion law.  In passing the Fetal Heartbeat Preborn Child Protection Act [Senate Bill 1309], Idaho …

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