‘Disabled coerced and abused under assisted suicide laws’

Oklahoma gives mothers more time for abortion alternatives

How unmarried men respond to their girlfriends’ unexpected pregnancies

House OKs bill to ban abortion after 20 weeks

Right-to-die group convicted of assisting Minnesota suicide

Hillary Clinton slams House for passing bill to protect babies from late-term abortions

$30,000 baby: Couples take out loans to conceive

Calif. Senate passes vaccination bill, SB 277

Will the U.S. Congress enact a late-term abortion ban?

An analysis of how Medicaid expansion in Alaska will affect abortion rates

House OKs GOP ban on late-term abortions after dropping rape provisions that angered women

House passes pro-life bill banning late-term abortions after 20 weeks

In Illinois, Bishops and pro-life groups differ on ACLU Conscience Bill

Professor George: An open letter to the Illinois Legislature

Forgiving women for past abortions? That’s nothing new

Marching for Life in the Eternal City

Defending a woman’s right to know she can reverse a chemical abortion

States seek high court review of abortion restrictions

Late-term abortion: What about Wisconsin?

House passes bill to protect unborn babies from pain

Remembering Kermit Gosnell’s victims by protecting other women and children from abortion industry

Satanic Temple member files suit challenging Missouri’s abortion restrictions under state’s RFRA

Decision on pro-life bus ad now in judge’s hands

House GOP revives bill to block late-term abortions, armed with new preemie viability data

The Modern Family presents modern problems

Physician-assisted suicide betrays human dignity and violates equality before the law

Does the “Satanic” religious exemption hurt the abortion debate?

House to vote on 20-week abortion ban

ADF leads battle against Indiana bus system over Women’s Health ad

The nation is about to debate late-term abortions. Where does your state stand?

House will vote on bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks near anniversary of Kermit Gosnell conviction

ADF to court: City unjustly denied ad for Ind. women in need

Religious groups vow to break D.C. anti-discrimination law

Girl saved from abortion tells pro-lifers: ‘Your prayers saved my life’

    Live Action News: Roughly 10,000 lives have been saved from abortion due to the prayerful efforts of David Bereit’s 40 Days for Life campaign. Leah, a 4-year-old girl, is one of these lives.
    As a pregnant 19-year-old, Leah’s mother was scared and seriously considering abortion. While heading to an abortion facility, she drove by the local 40 Days for Life campaign. Moved to tears by the overwhelming power of prayer, Leah’s mother chose life.

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For Catholics opposed to Obamacare, an alternative emerges

Loved through eternity

NARAL sees Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act as “major, nationwide threat”

State Senate moves first to pass first Pro-Life bill of the 84th Session of the Texas Legislature

Mother describes ultrasounds of her son, questions abortion

The evolution of the contraceptive mandate and the ‘accommodations’ that failed to respect protected conscience rights

House GOP, pro-life groups plan continued fight of D.C. law

Eight pro-life groups to DC: We will not obey your abortion hiring law

Staff admits to being disturbed by dismemberment abortion method

Candidates fight over abortion, but public has surprising level of harmony

New test for Down Syndrome could increase abortions, stigma, experts warn

Do ‘Hobby Lobby’ critics side with Chinese authorities against religious freedom?

Colo. woman to stand trial for cutting baby from womb as state’s fetal homicide bill falls flat

California lawmakers won’t allow insurers to opt out of abortion coverage

Planned Parenthood tells California to force churches to pay for abortions

Of course the Satanic Temple embraces abortion

Pro-abortion group honors abortion doc who calls his abortion clinic a ministry

The #1 myth about abortion: It’s between a woman and her doctor

International organization fighting against the legalization of euthanasia in Europe

Skeptical Dems sink Colorado fetal-homicide personhood bill

Washington D.C. is making pro-life groups hire abortion activists, they’re refusing to comply

Physician-assisted suicide compromises the family and intergenerational obligations

Supreme Court protects religious ministries for 6th time from IRS fines

Dear Harvard Student: There is help and healing after abortion

    National Right to Life: I read the anonymous letter you submitted to your school newspaper, The Harvard Crimson, sharing your personal abortion story. I wish I knew your name. I wish that instead of writing this letter on my laptop computer, I could be sitting with you, looking into your eyes and saying these words to your face. Sweetheart, you are valuable. Thank you for sharing your story. Thank you for being brave enough to write down the details of your romance, breakup, unplanned pregnancy, abortion and the painful aftermath.

  • Posted: 05/04/2015
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Pregnant at Harvard?

House advances effort to overturn abortion ‘non-discrimination’ act

California banks on Obama administration not enforcing abortion conscience law

Connecticut threepeat: Assisted-suicide bid shut down

These thirteen Republicans case pro-abortion votes last night