NC defends pro-life law in federal court

North Carolina law letting women see ultrasound of baby before abortion heads to court

4th Circuit should uphold NC pro-life law

Maine officials back down after mother fights do not resuscitate order on baby

State backs down, won’t euthanize baby whose father shook her so hard he put her in a coma

Maine agency reverses decision to implement ‘do not resuscitate’ order on abused baby

Mother, 18, fights do-not-resuscitate order for child

Maine mother fighting for baby’s life after officials refuse to lift do not resuscitate order

Governor blasts own agency over baby’s case

Maine mom fights state over no-resuscitation order

Mom begs state to drop baby’s “Do Not Resuscitate” order

Mom fights for infant’s life, state standing in the way

Maine mom fights state to keep baby daughter alive after she emerges from coma

Battle over abortion clinic restrictions heats up

Her father shook her so hard he put her in a coma, now the state wants to kill her

Misuse of Minn. tax dollars for elective abortions allowed to continue

Report: Planned Parenthood boosting profits by overbilling customers

High court decision gives pro-life advocates breathing room

Is it really about a woman deciding her own fate?

NAACP opposes race-based abortion ban

    Life News: “Every innocent life deserves to be protected, and that’s especially true of any babies targeted for death simply because of their sex or race,” said ADF Senior Counsel Casey Mattox. “Nothing about an abortion committed on the basis of sex or race is medically necessary or constitutionally protected. The fact that groups who supposedly exist to protect the interests of minorities and women are attacking this law is scandalous.”

    “Preserving the life of all babies, regardless of their sex or race, should be everyone’s priority,” added ADF Senior Counsel Steven H. Aden. “We hope the 9th Circuit will not allow this needless attack on Arizona’s law to succeed.”

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Giving grief to Planned Parenthood

Judge keeps AZ rules intact limiting use of abortion-inducing drugs | AP

Multiple losses for Planned Parenthood in Ariz, Ala., Kan.

Appeals court upholds Texas pro-life law Wendy Davis opposed that closed abortion clinics | LifeNews

5th Circuit upholds Texas law protecting women from cut-and-run abortionists

ADF to W.Va. governor: Bill protecting babies from pain is sound

Casey Mattox: Missouri down to just one abortion business after Planned Parenthood closes | LifeNews

Supreme Court: AZ can’t strip Planned Parenthood of Medicaid funding

Supreme Court kills AZ law defunding Planned Parenthood | LifeSiteNews

AZ may not deny Medicaid funds to Planned Parenthood, Supreme Court agrees | Christian Post

Supreme Court forces AZ residents to fund Planned Parenthood, abortions

Supreme Court ruling sides with Planned Parenthood | Arizona Daily Star

U.S. Supreme Court won’t revive Arizona abortion law | AP

US Supreme Court declines to hear lawsuit over taxpayer funding of abortions in Ariz.

Voter-approved bill, thwarted by Planned Parenthood, awaits court decision | OneNewsNow

Should parents be notified before child’s abortion? | Christian Post

Alaska Supreme Court to consider whether parents need to know when child seeks abortion

ACA mandate cases proceed in high court as for-profit firms, government file briefs | Bloomberg BNA

Abortion: Ultrasounds face off with webcams | Baptist Press

Steve Aden: Pro-life movement has been successful despite the Obama Administration

    Steve Aden at LifeNews: “Last week on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., hundreds of thousands of marchers soldiered together in near-zero wind chill temperatures to send an annual message of silent witness to the President, the Congress and especially the Supreme Court: that abortion is a great moral wrong, and will never be a “civil right;” and that we will continue to march, advocate, educate, counsel, legislate and litigate until every innocent life is protected in American law and culture.”

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NC judge throws out “Woman’s Right to Know Act” | Baptist Press

Supreme Court abortion case could impact NC

Steven H. Aden: An assessment of the pro-life movement during the Obama years | The Bell Towers

Students for Life conference tells young people what to do after the march | LifeSiteNews

5 abortion myths debunked by pro-life advocates | Christian Post

You have a right to choose . . . to remain ignorant | OneNewsNow

Decision on Mass. case could end protest buffers in Pittsburgh | TribLive

Supreme Court abortion case weighs free speech, clinic safety | National Journal

ADF attorney eyewitnessed ‘buffer law’ arguments before Supremes

SCOTUS hears abortion protest case today | The American Spectator

Do abortion clinic buffer zones protect public safety or restrict free speech? | Aden debate on PBS NewsHour

Justices weigh abortion ‘bubble zone’ law | CBN

U.S. Supreme Court takes up abortion protest case | Reuters

Supreme Court to decide if pro-life people have free speech at abortion clinics | LifeNews

U.S. Supreme Court takes up abortion protest case | CNews

High court won’t hear Ariz. abortion ban challenge | CBN

Abortion rights: Supreme Court leaves rejection of Arizona law in place (+video) | Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court: Arizona can’t enforce ban on abortions after 20 weeks | LifeNews

Health Care Cases To Watch In 2014 |

Uphold Law Protecting Post-Abortive Women, Pro-Life Lawyers Urge | Charisma News

10 best pro-life moments of 2013 | Kristi Burton Brown at Live Action News

War on Women: ACLU Says Pro-Life Laws Protecting Women’s Health are “Stupid” | Steven H. Aden at LifeNews

Not “Stupid,” Just Duped | Steven H. Aden at Bell Towers

Taxpayers Shouldn’t Be Forced to Fund Abortion, ADF Declares in Arizona Debate | Christian Post

Arizona Asks Supreme Court to Uphold Pro-Life Law Stopping Tax-Funded Abortions

“Arizona Won’t Stop Trying To Defund Planned Parenthood” | Think Progress

Ariz. to US Supreme Court: Taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to fund abortion | LifeSiteNews

Arizona again asks Supreme Court to look at abortion law | AZ Republic

Ariz. to US Supreme Court: Taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to fund abortion