By Gayle Irwin Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through September 7. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post …Continue reading "After Her Baby Survived a Chemical Abortion, Mom receives help from Pregnancy Center"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through September 7. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. The Daily Californian, an independent student run newspaper …Continue reading "California assembly committee passes measure requiring public college student medical services to provide chemical abortions"
By Dave Andrusko When last we discussed pro-abortion U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker, she had just unpacked a 148-page decision extending a preliminary injunction against Arkansas’ “Abortion-Inducing Drugs Safety Act.” That came on July 2, exactly 32 days after the United States Supreme Court, without comment, allowed Arkansas to enforce Act 577 which requires abortion …Continue reading "Judge rejects state’s appeal to keep pro-life law in effect while legal challenge against Arkansas law is litigated"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research You may have seen it, you may have not. But there’s a new study out from the folks at UCSF (the University of California – San Francisco, sometimes called “America’s Abortion Academy”) claiming that abortion is very safe, based on there being relatively few …Continue reading "Why Counted ER Visits Are Not a Good Measure of Chemical Abortion Safety"
Could have impact on similar Missouri law By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday NRL News Today posted the good news that Planned Parenthood’s appeal of an Arkansas law requiring abortion clinics providing chemical abortifacients to have a contract with another physician with admitting privileges at a local hospital who agrees to handle any complications had failed. …Continue reading "Pro-abortion newspapers lament Supreme Court decision allowing Arkansas law regulating chemical abortions to continue"
By Dave Andrusko In a decision with potentially nationwide implications, the Supreme Court this morning rejected an appeal from the Planned Parenthood affiliate in Arkansas, thus allowing the state to enforce its law requiring abortion clinics providing chemical abortifacients to have a contract with another physician with admitting privileges at a local hospital who agrees …Continue reading "Supreme Court rejects appeal of decision upholding Arkansas law regulating chemical abortions"
By Massachusetts Citizens for Life [MCFL] The Worcester Telegram and Gazette covered “MCFL on the Move” in Worcester very well except that the author questioned our assertion that chemical abortions can be reversed. MCFL Board member, Dr. Mark Rollo, who is one of the doctors doing the procedure, responded with this excellent letter posted at …Continue reading "Reversal of chemical abortion a medical reality!"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. Part One of Dr. O’Bannon story ran on Tuesday. He provided an extensive background to the history of chemical abortions and how abortionists have ignored protocols in a ceaseless effort to make more money off of chemical abortions (“RU-486”) and pave the …Continue reading "Chemical Abortions: The pro-abortion plan if abortions become substantially harder to obtain — Part Two"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Last week, we began a series on abortion’s negative health consequences bases on a report by bioethicist Dr. Gregory Pike for the British pro-life group, the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC). The report itself appears here. Part One looked at evidence that …Continue reading "Abortion’s Negative Impact on Women’s Health— Effects on Women and Subsequent Children: Part Three"
By Dave Andrusko Abortion is already legal through 24 weeks, and legal on demand throughout pregnancy in Great Britain, if the child is prenatally diagnosed with a “physical or mental abnormality.” The government run National Health Service (NHS) pays for abortions. Prominent pro-abortion organizations are having success in a campaign to totally decriminalize abortion, meaning …Continue reading "British pro-abortion lobby wants two-doctor requirement eliminated for chemical abortions"
By Ingrid Duran, Director, NRLC Department of State Legislation Editor’s note. The appeared on in the September digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share the contents of this 37-page-issue with pro-life family and friends using your social media outlets. A chemical abortion, commonly known as RU-486, occurs when a mother is given …Continue reading "Reversing Chemical Abortions a threat to Abortion on Demand Ideology"
By Dave Andrusko A very busy Friday with decidedly mixed results for pro-life forces in Arkansas. On the plus side, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals vacated a preliminary injunction issued in 2015 by activist Federal Judge Kristin Baker that prevented Arkansas from enforcing its law requiring abortion clinics proving chemical abortifacients “to maintain …Continue reading "Appeals Court panel uphold Arkansas chemical abortion law, judge preliminarily enjoins four other pro-life laws"