Beckoned Back: Woman Returns to Ohio Pregnancy Center to Combat Infant Mortality

By Gayle Irwin Little did Debra Martin know when she left Ohio’s Pregnancy Choices six years ago that she would return, this time to oversee the center’s four service campuses. “Beyond a shadow of a doubt, God brought me back,” she said. Before coming aboard as CEO on July 1, 2018, Martin worked with the …

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One Surprising, Powerful Ministry Pregnancy Centers Can Provide to Their Communities

By Susanne Maynes It was clear the young woman was in no hurry to leave our clinic. I had just spent an hour with her, and now we stood near the door saying our goodbyes. I offered her a hug. She not only accepted it, but silently clung to me for about two minutes. “Thank …

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Despite Supreme Court Ruling, New Jersey Mulls Legislation Attacking Pregnancy Centers

By Katie Franklin Despite a major loss at the Supreme Court this June, the abortion lobby has insisted on advancing discriminatory legislative attacks against pregnancy help centers in cities and states across the country. One of the latest examples comes from New Jersey, where Assemblywoman Lisa Swain and State Senator Teresa Ruiz have introduced legislation …

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One Painful But Wonderful Virtue That Comes With Pro-life Work

By Susanne Maynes If you’ve served at a pregnancy help center for any length of time, you’re already aware of some of the challenges we face in our work. This mission is not exactly without controversy. The powerful pro-choice shadow looms over us like Goliath loomed over David. Like David, we put our confidence in …

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Federal Court Permanently Ends California Law that Forced Pregnancy Centers to Advertise for Abortion

By Katie Franklin A California law forcing pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise for abortion was brought to a permanent end Friday evening, thanks to an order by a federal district court. With that, the 2015 law, AB 775, which essentially was struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in NIFLA v. Becerra in June, is now officially …

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New Parody Video Showcases Astounding Generosity of Pro-life Community

By Katie Franklin What do no-good pro-lifers do for pregnant women, aside from knit baby booties, bake cupcakes, and praise the Lord? In a new video released earlier this month, Laura Klassen, founder and director of Choice42—a Canadian grassroots pro-life organization—gives a humorous look at yet more dastardly deeds pro-lifers get up to in their …

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The Quiet But Remarkable Trend Among Pregnancy Help Centers

By Kirk Walden Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared at Pregnancy Help News. …So, while the attention may be on Washington, a subtle trend beyond the media’s scope is quietly telling me something big is happening. What’s interesting is that to figure it out, it takes connecting the dots. As I …

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Why Pregnancy Help Centers Matter in the Aftermath of Florence

By Katie Franklin As Hurricane Florence battered the Carolinas and Virginia this past week, area pregnancy centers hung tight through the storm to continue serving families in need, even if in a more limited capacity. In anticipation of the storm, the Pregnancy Help Center of Chesterfield in Chester, Virginia, closed its office Friday and postponed …

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Baltimore to Pay $1.1 Million to Pregnancy Center after Losing First Amendment Case

By Katie Franklin Ever since the Supreme Court struck down an anti-pregnancy center law this summer in NIFLA v. Becerra, cities and states across the country have been grappling with what to do with their own blatantly unconstitutional measures. Now, it’s Baltimore’s turn, as months after the historic ruling and years after repeated court losses, …

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Why forcing pregnancy help centers to advertise abortions is not informed consent

By Dave Andrusko Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry recently wrote a very informative post clarifying a distinction pro-abortionists are determined to blur but which the Supreme Court recognized. The headline read, “It’s Not Informed Consent to Force Pregnancy Centers to Advertise Abortions.” AG Landry is referring to the June 26 Supreme Court case of NIFLA v. …

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Supreme Court will not hear appeal in another case of infringing upon pregnancy help centers’ first amendment rights

By Dave Andrusko When last we wrote about the ham-handed campaign waged by the city of Baltimore against the Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns, the city attorneys were down (pardon the expression) to a Hail Mary pass. They were appealing to the Supreme Court after a three-judge panel had affirmed a 2016 ruling by U.S. …

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Near the end of its term, Supreme Court yet to rule on law abridging Pregnancy Help Centers’ free speech rights

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appeared in the current digital edition of National Right to Life News. I trust you are forwarding stories using your social media contacts. As of June 20, the Supreme Court still had not ruled on National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra. On June 4th the Supreme …

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