Federal Judge Blocks New Law Informing Women of Abortion Pill Rescue, Heartbeat Int’l Responds

A federal judge in North Dakota temporarily blocked the state’s new pro-life law ensuring women seeking abortion are informed that it may be possible to reverse the process of a chemical abortion. U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland granted the American Medical Association’s (AMA) motion for a preliminary injunction against the law Tuesday, quoting affidavits …

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Judges uphold Scotland’s DIY abortions policy

“Women should not be facing the mental anguish that accompanies DIY abortions, nor any abortion for that matter.” “We are greatly saddened by this decision.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children The Edinburgh Court of Sessions has upheld a previous decision not to allow a Judicial Review against the Scottish Government’s home …

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States embrace Second Chance at Life

By Ingrid Duran, Director, State Legislation Editor’s note. This appears in the April digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read all 40 pages and pass stories along using your social media contacts. About four years ago, state legislatures began slowly enacting laws that amended their informed consent statutes to …

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Pro-abortion State Senator reintroducing bill to mandate abortion pills at all public universities in California

By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortion State Sen. Connie Leyva told The Daily Californian that she will reintroduce legislation on the first day of the state Senate’s session, mandating that all public universities in California carry abortion pills in student health centers. There are 34 public campuses in the University of California and California State University systems. …

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New website offers to ship abortion pills to U.S. women

By Doug Mainwaring A website which aims to provide U.S. women with abortion pills without seeing a doctor in person started operations last week. Known as “Aid Access,” the website purports to connect pregnant women with a “doctor” for an online consultation via the internet, before being supplied with abortifacients mifepristone and misoprostol by mail. …

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Abortion Pill Mandate Vetoed By California Governor Jerry Brown

By Katie Franklin Just a few months after the Supreme Court struck down an onerous California law requiring pregnancy help centers to advertise abortions, the abortion lobby in California took another hit on Sunday when Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have required taxpayer-funded universities to administer chemical abortions to students. In a …

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Gov. Brown surprisingly vetoes bill mandating abortion pills at all public California university student health centers

By Dave Andrusko Proving once again, never say never, on Sunday outgoing pro-abortion Gov. Jerry Brown (D) vetoed a bill mandating that all public universities in California carry abortion pills in student health centers beginning in 2022. His reasons had nothing to do with the ethics of abortion but rather that there was no need, …

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Abortion pills: simple and safe or dangerous and damaging?

By Philippa Taylor, Christian Medical Fellowship Many abortion activists will have been delighted at the news that women will be able to self-administer abortion pills in their own homes. The head of the RCOG [Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists] is on record claiming that having an abortion is no different to having a bunion removed. …

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Bill mandating abortifacients at all California public universities on Gov. Brown’s desk

By Dave Andrusko The future of reproductive rights across the U.S. might look a little dim, but there’s one place where there’s cause for optimism. — Bustle magazine We can hope—we can always hope—but chances are slim outgoing pro-abortion California Gov. Jerry Brown will veto a bill mandating that all public universities carry abortifacients in …

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Challenging protective laws in Northern Ireland, pro-abortionists use Abortion Pill Robots

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research If you saw and/or read about the abortion ship, the abortion bus, the abortion train, and the abortion drone, you probably thought you’d seen everything. But now… there is the “abortion robot.” Yesterday, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, abortion “activists” (as the media likes to …

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Pressure mounts on Scottish govt to stop providing abortions to women from Northern Ireland and allowing women to take abortion pills at home

Polls tell Government to stop meddling in the affairs of other jurisdictions By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Following polling which shows that the Scottish National Party is out of touch with public opinion on abortion, pressure is mounting for the SNP administration to drop its two recent interventions in abortion policy …

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President of British Royal College of OB-Gyns endorses home consumption of abortion pill

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Professor Lesley Regan, the president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG), continues to advance her opinion in favour of abortion pills being consumed at home, without medical assistance. At present women who have a medical abortion (more common in the first nine weeks …

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