Iowa lawmakers wade into abortion debate

Guttmacher report: US abortion rate at lowest since 1973

Planned Parenthood to honor Pelosi at gala

Sharonville abortion clinic can stay open pending appeal

Northern Ireland to reconsider abortion guidelines

NY: Assembly GOP omit abortion law from women’s equality push

Ultrasound bill clears Kentucky Senate committee

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

Supreme Court abortion case could impact NC

Obamacare and religious liberty: Mandating carcinogens as “women’s preventive health”

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

Missouri House committee approves extended mandatory abortion waiting period

Trimmed abortion bill goes to Indiana Senate

Planned Parenthood suing over Alaska abortion regulations

Scott Gaylord: The Supreme Court calls Obama’s bluff

Diverse coalition opposes abortion pill mandate at US Supreme Court

Arizona group echoes Hobby Lobby’s Obamacare contraception fight

Ilya Shapiro: Defending religious liberty against Obamacare

Ohio abortion clinic appeals state-ordered shut down

Indiana abortion law trial set for June 1, 2015

Louisiana seeks to make new abortion restrictions permanent

House passes bill to bar federal funds for abortion

Russia to set up pregnancy centers as it seeks to decrease abortion rates

Health Canada weighs RU-486 approval

NY: State Assembly passes “Women’s Equality Act,” expands abortion

Democratic senators to file amicus brief in Hobby Lobby contraception case

Ross Douthat: More imperfect unions

European Commission confirms that EU has no competence on abortion policy

White House threatens veto of House bill banning federal funds for abortion

Welden sentenced to nearly 14 years in abortion pill case

Arizona releases new abortion drug restrictions

Governor Pat McCrory against appealing North Carolina abortion speech case

Sentencing today in Tampa abortion pill case

Secret abortion fees hidden in ObamaCare premiums, lawmakers say

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

Supreme Court gives Little Sisters temporary protection from contraception mandate | LifeSiteNews

Ark. lawmakers look at rules for abortion ban

Texas judge orders pregnant mom removed from life support

Pro-life nurse claims religious bias in Sweden

Barone: Abortion defines the political parties

Pope expected to raise abortion, euthanasia in Hollande meeting

Iowa: Bettendorf clinic ends abortion surgery

Casey Mattox: Cuomo’s banishment of pro-lifers shows abortion is on its deathbed | The Bell Tower

Dear Governor Cuomo: A letter from pro-life New Yorkers

Kansans for Life seeks state Supreme Court changes

Why Roe said what it did

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

Indiana licensing board takes no action on abortion doctor

The past – and future – of US abortion politics

Ponnuru reviews Forsythe’s book on the road to Roe

Neb. bill would require signs at abortion clinics

Board delays action on N. Indiana abortion doctor

Ultrasounds, surrogacy on Kan. legislative committee’s agenda

Thousands brave cold to March for Life in DC

Patrick J. Deneen: A culture of life

Statement by the President on Roe v. Wade anniversary

    White House: “Today, as we reflect on the 41st anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, we recommit ourselves to the decision’s guiding principle: that every woman should be able to make her own choices about her body and her health. We reaffirm our steadfast commitment to protecting a woman’s access to safe, affordable health care and her constitutional right to privacy, including the right to reproductive freedom. And we resolve to reduce the number of unintended pregnancies, support maternal and child health, and continue to build safe and healthy communities for all our children. Because this is a country where everyone deserves the same freedom and opportunities to fulfill their dreams.”

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The pro-life movement, forty-one years after Roe

National Right to Life releases new report examining the current status of abortion in US

    NRLC: “Today, the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the federation of 50 state right-to-life affiliates and more than 3,000 local chapters, issued a new report, “The State of Abortion in America.” The report summarizes key legislative developments at the state and federal levels, finds that the annual number of abortions continues to decline, and shows that a majority continue to oppose the vast majority of abortions allowed under the doctrine of Roe v. Wade.” The “State of Abortion” report is here.

  • Posted: 01/22/2014
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State victories create dilemma for pro-lifers

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

Guttmacher study shows pro-life success in swing states

    Michael New at NRO: “Earlier this month, the Guttmacher Institute released their 2013 state-policy review. The report indicates that pro-lifers continue to make very good legislative progress at the state level. In 2013, 70 state-level pro-life measures were enacted — making 2013 the second most productive year on record. The report specifically cites Texas, North Dakota, North Carolina, and Arkansas as being especially active in passing pro-life laws. Overall, according to Guttmacher, there have been more pro-life laws passed between 2011 and 2013 than in the entire previous decade.”

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Philippines: Pro-life group asks Pasay court to stop pro-abortion health conference

Indiana abortion doctor to face licensing board

Forsythe: The growing cracks in Roe v. Wade

Michigan Attorney General files complaint over filthy abortion clinic

Ohio abortion clinic ordered to close

French parliament begins debate on controversial abortion bill

Doctor-free pregnancy centers must admit that