(Jackson, Mississippi) Attorney General Lynn Fitch today unveiled Mississippi Access to Maternal Assistance (MAMA), a website that connects pregnant women and mothers to public and private resources from across the state. Click here to access the media kit. “Our state is blessed with countless public and private resources, but it can be challenging to navigate …Continue reading "Attorney General Fitch Unveils “MAMA Program,” Empowering Mississippi Women and Families with Public and Private Resources"
In recognition of her strong pro-life leadership, National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Lynn Fitch for reelection as Mississippi Attorney General! @LynnFitchAG @NRLCContinue reading "National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Lynn Fitch for reelection as Mississippi Attorney General"
By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Tuesday, August 8th is Primary Election Day in Mississippi, the state where the landmark Dobbs vs. Jackson case originated. On the ballot are important statewide offices including governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general. Keeping these in pro-life hands is crucial if Mississippi is to remain one of the nation’s most protective states …Continue reading "The 2023 Elections: Overview of the Mississippi Primary Elections on August 8th"
JACKSON, Miss. – At a press conference today in Jackson, National Right to Life restated its unequivocal endorsement of Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith for the U.S. Senate. Hyde-Smith faces pro-abortion former Rep. Mike Espy in a November 27 run-off election. “Cindy Hyde-Smith is the only candidate in the November 27 run-off election who represents the true …Continue reading "National Right to Life restates its endorsement of Cindy Hyde-Smith for U.S. Senate"
Both reportedly doing well 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.5 KSWO News Anchor Howard …Continue reading "Coming to abort, Mississippi woman instead delivers baby girl"
By Jay Hobbs Tune up the world’s smallest violin and get ready to bemoan the plight of the last remaining abortion business in Mississippi—which pays the rent by ending 2,300 unborn human lives every year. Tonight’s tiny-stringed orchestra conductor, New York Magazine, set off a cacophony of pro-abortion sorrow Thursday with an article entitled, “A …Continue reading "New York Magazine is Right: Every Pregnancy Center is a Threat to Big Abortion"
By Jay Hobbs The only abortion business still operating in the state of Mississippi has a new pro-life neighbor as of April 22, with the Center for Pregnancy Choices cutting the ribbon on its third location just 100 yards away from the clinic’s pink-painted façade. Behind the veneer of the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, close to …Continue reading "Life-Saving Center Opens 100 Yards from Lone Mississippi Abortion Mill"
Maternal mortality study passed and assisted suicide legislation defeated JACKSON – The 2017 Mississippi legislative session officially ended this weekend. Two notable pro-life victories took place in the establishment of a maternal mortality study and the defeat of a bill to legalize assisted suicide. Assisted Suicide: Senate Bill 2283, sponsored by state Senators Debbie Dawkins …Continue reading "2017 Mississippi Session ends with pro-life victories"
JACKSON, Miss. — On Friday, U.S. District Judge Daniel Jordan III permanently blocked a Mississippi’s law, H.B. 1390, that would have closed the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the state’s lone remaining abortion clinic. The law required abortionists to have admitting privileges at a local hospital in case there were complications. Judge Jordan pointed to the …Continue reading "Federal Judge permanently enjoins law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges in Mississippi"
Governor Bryant signs HB 519 into law JACKSON, MISS– Governor Phil Bryant today signed House Bill 519, a bill that bans dismemberment abortions. Authored by Rep. Sam Mims, R-McComb, HB 519 had overwhelming support in the legislature, passing the House of Representatives in February, on a vote of 85-32 and the Senate in March, 40-6. …Continue reading "Mississippi becomes fourth state to ban Dismemberment Abortions"
Editor’s note. The following encouraging news comes from Rep. Mims. When the governor signs HB 519, Mississippi will join three other states–Kansas, Oklahoma, and West Virginia–in having passed a ban on dismemberment abortions. Today, the Mississippi House concurred on an amendment from the Mississippi State Senate and approved House Bill 519, sponsored by Representative Sam …Continue reading "Mims’ bill to ban dismemberment abortions in Mississippi goes to the governor"
JACKSON, MISS. — A bill to ban barbaric dismemberment abortions was overwhelmingly approved Tuesday by the Mississippi state Senate. The 40 to 6 vote comes after the Mississippi state House of Representatives passed House Bill 519 in February on a vote of 83-33. The legislation is authored by Rep. Sam Mims (R-McComb) and was handled …Continue reading "Bill to Ban Dismemberment Abortions Approved by Mississippi State Senate"