Ad for new DC clinic compares abortion to appendicitis

Family Foundation says U.S. among seven nations that allows elective abortions after 20 weeks

Medical expert: Science is ‘conclusive’ that unborn babies feel horrific pain of abortion

Abortion injunction upheld for Osceola County medical park

Aetna fined for paying for abortions for women who didn’t qualify for them

HHS guidance on insurance companies in violation of the HHS contraceptive mandate

7th Circuit denies Notre Dame preliminary injunction in its contraceptive mandate challenge

‘Scandalous’ for UN to push abortions on girls raped by Boko Haram, says pro-life Nigerian groups

Appeal reverses earlier decision against Radiance Foundation

Embryonic stem cells sold on black market for plastic surgery

Court won’t exempt Notre Dame from birth control provision

Religious nonprofits lose second court case this week over Obamacare contraception mandate

Why the increasing capacity of younger preemies to survive so unsettles pro-abortionists

Victory for Rhode Island pro-lifers: New rules requires abortion-excluding healthcare plans for 2016

Abortion: We’re getting what we pay for

A fourth to be reckoned with

‘Abortion is not a health issue’ ad campaign reaches out to women and men in New York’s capital

    Christian News Wire: A powerful new ad campaign, addressing the heart and soul issue of abortion, has launched in New York’s capital city of Albany. Bus shelter posters and a grassroots ground campaign will share the “ABORTION IS NOT A HEALTH ISSUE. IT’S A HEART AND SOUL ISSUE.” messaging throughout the summer. The Radiance Foundation, in collaboration with an alliance of community-based organizations in the Albany area, has created initiative to help prevent abortion and reach out to those who are post-abortive.

  • Posted: 05/21/2015
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Lawsuit dropped as R.I. requires plans to satisfy abortion foes

D.C. Circuit: Catholic Archbishop must facilitate provision of contraceptives and abortifacients

Pro-life students in Fargo win their battle for recognized pro-life clubs

Pro-abortion writer: There should be more abortions

Texas bill would change process for minors to obtain a court-ordered abortion

Appeals Court denies Notre Dame’s challenge to health law’s contraception mandate

48-hour abortion waiting period signed into Tennessee law

Bill cancelling mandatory health insurance coverage for abortions submitted to State Duma

In victory for free speech, NAACP loses court battle to silence black pro-life activist

Black pro-lifer wins fight against NAACP over abortion parody

Abortion ‘parody’ of NAACP is constitutional speech: court

Rhode Island Obamacare forced to add health care plans that don’t pay for abortions

Rhode Island ends Obamacare’s abortion mandate after HIV man’s lawsuit

Appeals court rules against NAACP in abortion free speech lawsuit

21st Century progress toward making abortion unthinkable

Medical expert confirms unborn children feel excruciating pain during abortions

Do religious leaders really focus on homosexuality and abortion more than poverty? Not exactly

NAACP loses battle to silence black pro-lifer who bashed its pro-abortion stance

Tennessee Gov. signs 48-hour waiting period into law

Missouri House passes, Senate fails to pass Women’s Protection Act requiring annual inspection of abortion facilities

Intl NGOs abort the truth about Paraguay’s pro-life stance

What have we learned two years after the conviction of Kermit Gosnell?

Kermit Gosnell’s bureaucratic enabler just got promoted

Hungarian court condemns black market sales of aborted fetal parts for cosmetic use

RI revises health care plan after pro-life HIV+ man sues

Obama promises to veto bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks

House passes bill banning abortions after 20 weeks

American nuns, Chinese booze and religious persecution

Babies who survive late term abortions left to die alone

Satanic Temple abortion battle may become class action, lawyer says

Oklahoma gives mothers more time for abortion alternatives

House OKs bill to ban abortion after 20 weeks

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

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

Court finds people guilty of harvesting cells from aborted babies for use in cosmetics

Hunger Games’ star Elizabeth Banks pushes Planned Parenthood abortion business

    Life News: Alliance Defending Freedom explained their “services” like this: “Planned Parenthood doesn’t hand out birth control or abortion inducing drugs for free either. Planned Parenthood ALWAYS COLLECTS COLD, HARD CASH from their CLIENTS and AMERICAN TAXPAYERS for the birth control it doles out. Planned Parenthood’s websites show that it charges between $15 and $800 for hormonal birth control, up to $70 for early-abortion pills, and up to $1000 for IUDs. At the very minimum, it charged low-income women $90 million for contraceptives in fiscal year 2011, and collected more than half a billion dollars in taxpayer money in that same year.”

  • Posted: 05/13/2015
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Satanic Temple member files suit challenging Missouri’s abortion restrictions under state’s RFRA

Hungarian court strongly rules against black market of aborted babies