KS Gov. Brownback signs first-in-nation dismemberment abortion ban

Why the ACLU is suing over Catholic groups and abortions for unauthorized immigrants

Ohio bill would ban abortion based on a fetal down syndrome diagnosis

Passover, abortion, and Rabbi Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Appeals court to weigh religious exemptions in Baptist-based contraception case

New Hampshire legislators welcome expensive legal battle if they don’t repeal ‘buffer zone’ law

University of Hawaii recruits 14-year-olds for late-term abortion experiments

    Hawai’i Free Press: “While Hawai’i law permits a private hospital to provide ‘medical care and services’ to a pregnant minor without a parent’s consent, federal regulations on medical experimentation do require parental consent to medical experimentation on an underage patient. There may also be some doubt whether a medical experiment that may offer no medical benefit could truly be considered “medical care” under the deemed consent law, raising a question whether the clinical trial could violate state law as well as federal law if parental consent is not obtained. I do find it curious that the published notice on this trial states that the researchers will conduct ‘[n]o additional follow-up after discharge home.’”

    – Stephen Aden, Senior Counsel/Director, Center for Life Alliances, Alliance Defending Freedom, April 1, 2015


  • Posted: 04/01/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.hawaiifreepress.com

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Christian college asks court: Please don’t let Obama admin force us to obey HHS mandate

Arizona orders doctors to say abortions with drugs may be reversible

Upon closer inspection, survey of Millennials show pro-life attitudes

Governor Doug Ducey signs pro-life legislation that protects Arizona taxpayers

Arizona becomes first state to tell women abortion pill can be reversed

ADF to 3rd Circuit: US Supreme Court decision protects Geneva College from violating its beliefs

Texas Democrats seek to cut funds for abortion alternatives

Many religious freedom law opponents would force participation in abortion

Federal audit: Planned Parenthood of North Texas overbilled taxpayers

Government report shows hundreds of millions in tax dollars going to Planned Parenthood, other abortion advocates

Keeping the baby vs. abortion: Americans muddled morality about the unborn

Fetuses reacting to moms’ smoking

$1.5 Billion of your taxes go to fund abortion

NAACP sues The Radiance Foundation to censor black citizen journalist’s free speech

Bills aim to block D.C. laws opponents say violate religious liberty

Woman who cut baby out of mother’s womb should be charged with murder

Colorado woman accused of cutting baby from womb will not face murder charge

Always care, never kill: How physician-assisted suicide endangers the weak, corrupts medicine, compromises the family, and violates human dignity and equality

    The Heritage Foundation: Allowing physician-assisted suicide would be a grave mistake for four reasons. First, it would endanger the weak and vulnerable. Second, it would corrupt the practice of medicine and the doctor–patient relationship. Third, it would compromise the family and intergenerational commitments. And fourth, it would betray human dignity and equality before the law. Instead of helping people to kill themselves, we should offer them appropriate medical care and human presence. We should respond to suffering with true compassion and solidarity. Doctors should help their patients to die a dignified death of natural causes, not assist in killing. Physicians are always to care, never to kill.


  • Posted: 03/30/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.heritage.org

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Physician-assisted suicide sends message some people are better off dead. That’s a lie.

The lethal logic of assisted suicide

ERLC interview with Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., on physician-assisted suicide

Physician-assisted suicide is always wrong

UPDATE: GAO report reveals massive taxpayer funding of Big Abortion

    ADF Litigation Counsel Catherine Glenn Foster: “The government should use the tax dollars of Americans responsibly, but this report confirms overwhelmingly that it has not. It’s bad enough that the government is funneling the hard-earned money of Americans to pay for elective abortions, contrary to what federal law is supposed to allow, but as ADF has reported annually to Congress, Planned Parenthood and other organizations have bilked taxpayers out of millions through waste, abuse, and potential fraud. That’s why Congress has been investigating Planned Parenthood, why some members of Congress have proposed additional legislation to help stop the funding stream, and why ADF will continue its fight in court against Planned Parenthood’s misuse of tax dollars in multiple lawsuits, including Thayer v. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland.”


  • Posted: 03/25/2015
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: www.adfmedia.org

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Decision time for Dems: Abortion rights or helping the poor?

Wisconsin federal judge finds state abortion law unconstitutional

MPs’ report calls for ‘kinder, cheaper’ state-funded end-of-life care

‘Chilling out’ at an egg freezing party

In the headlong rush for ‘rights’, children are an afterthought

Justices struggle with free speech case over license plates

Senators introduce effort to void D.C. bills that force religious groups to violate beliefs

A First Amendment SCOTUS case could bring much-needed clarification as to what constitutes ‘Government Speech’

The dark history of birth control that you haven’t heard

Obama Administration: “Provide abortions or get out”

Chilean girl who asked to be euthanized now wants to live, father says

Judge strikes down Wisconsin law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at local hospital

40 Days for Life Prayer Campaign has saved 10,000 babies from abortion

Catholic-owned company in Colorado wins permanent injunction on mandate

Four questions about the fertility industry’s lack of oversight

Family-supported suicide and the duty to die

From banned to mandated: A history of contraceptives in the United States

The ghosts of World Down Syndrome Day

CPS stops private prosecution of sex-selective abortion docs

We are ‘synthetic children’ and we agree with Dolce & Gabbana

Religious liberty threatened in nation’s capital

Gender-specific abortion prosecutions halted

    Law and Religion UK: In 2012, the Daily Telegraph organized an undercover operation into gender-specific (sex-selective) abortion at various abortion clinics in England and in February that year passed evidence concerning Doctors Palaniappan Rajmohan and Prabha Sivaraman to the Crown Prosecution Service and the police. The CPS concluded that in each case there was sufficient evidence of an abortion offence, although this was a finely balanced decision; however, it was not in the public interest to prosecute and the CPS published two statements regarding its decision on 5 September 2013 and 7 October 2013.


  • Posted: 03/19/2015
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lawandreligionuk.com

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Chile considers bill to ease abortion ban, likely to pass: rights group

Abortion provider: There’s more to abortion than ‘blood and tissue’

Senate Democrat’s office: Aide knew of abortion provision

Ala. abortion law lets judges appoint lawyers for fetuses

Kara Tippetts, a woman who wrote an open letter to Brittany Maynard, is about to die

Are we afraid of the truth?

Report examines bias against life-preserving treatment in advance care planning

ADF says abortion giant strong-armed CA hospital

Catholic-owned company wins case against Colorado health department over insurance coverage

Congress moves to zap D.C. anti-Christian bills

Congress may ‘veto’ DC bills requiring pro-life organizations to hire abortion advocates

Sen. Ted Cruz seeks to upend D.C. laws on contraception coverage, same-sex marriage

‘Justified’ actor Nick Search to direct ‘Gosnell’ abortion movie

Speaker Boehner: We are committed to passing bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks