Why don’t abortion advocates care about women’s safety?

Groundbreaking dismemberment abortion ban in Kansas kicks off Right to Life movement 2015 legislative agenda

House to vote on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act January 22

Issue same-sex marriage license, lose your salary, Texas bill would tell state employees

Proposed New Hampshire bill would strip taxpayer funding from abortion providers

Texas abortion clinic rules tested in appeals court

New congressional bill would de-fund Planned Parenthood abortion business

Positive pro-life prospects for 2015

Courts wrestle with wave of new state abortion laws

Tennessee bill would require women hear about alternatives to abortions before receiving one

U.S. Court weighs Texas law’s burden on women seeking abortions

New congressional bill would ban late-term abortions after 20 weeks

House introduces popular, compassionate abortion limit on first day of new Congress

Arkansas eyes more abortion restrictions

US state considers requiring ultrasounds before abortions

Tennessee Amendment 1 abortion measure passes

North Dakota Supreme Court upholds abortion restrictions

North Dakota Supreme Court upholds abortion restrictions – a welcome win, despite ‘splintered’ opinions

ND voters to decide on new ‘Right to Life’ measure

Supreme Court ruling on Texas abortion regulations: What happened and what now?

Will a Texas law bring another great abortion case to the Supreme Court?

Texas abortion clinics to stay open, reopen following Supreme Court decision

SCOTUS halts Texas pro-life law at the request of abortion industry

Court action means TX must keep defending new abortion clinic laws

High court blocks key parts of Texas abortion law

Court blocks abortion limits in Texas

Supreme Court halts Texas pro-life law that stopped abortions at over a dozen clinics

US Supreme Court places temporary hold on part of Texas abortion bill

    ADF Media: “Texans have the freedom to prioritize women’s health and safety over the bottom line of abortionists, and this good law affirms that. The Supreme Court’s decision only temporarily and partially prevents the Texas law from going into effect while the 5th Circuit finishes hearing the case. While that is disappointing, it should cause no great alarm. The state’s requirement against cut-and-run abortionists remains in effect for all but two abortion facilities. The restriction on abortions after 20 weeks on unborn children who can feel pain was never challenged and remains in effect today. Likewise, the limitations on chemical abortions up to seven weeks gestation and prohibiting abortionists from sending women home alone to abort have been upheld and remain in effect. We remain confident that the entirety of Texas’s law will ultimately be upheld.” -Casey Mattox

  • Posted: 10/15/2014
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  • Category: Featured
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Mennonite business owner wins permanent exemption from birth control mandate

Mennonite company granted permanent injunction against Obamacare abortion pill mandate

Pa. family receives permanent order against abortion-pill mandate after Supreme Court win

Several abortion clinics close after court enforces Texas pro-life law

Appeals Court Panel allows Texas to immediately enforce provisions of pro-life H.B.2

Abortion rights protesters assemble outside court

Religious employers to go ahead with contraception lawsuits

Obama admin renews attempt to force Little Sisters of the Poor to obey HHS mandate

Appeals court rejects Greg Abbott’s request to enforce Texas law closing abortion clinics

Legal wars on abortion heating up

Federal judge says Alabama abortion law is unconstitutional; claims it would close 3 out of 5 clinics

Misapplying McCullen v. Coakley

Judges rewrite Roe v. Wade to protect unsafe abortion clinics

Congress passes two bills on international religious freedom

Governor signs new abortion buffer zone law following Supreme Court ruling

Judge delays decision on Alabama abortion law

Testing boundaries of abortion clinic buffer zones

Massachusetts lawmakers OK new abortion clinic buffer law

The dangerous implication in the Fifth Circuit’s abortion ruling

Satanists using Hobby Lobby decision to seek exemption from pro-life law

A pro-life setback in Mississippi

Federal court blocks law threatening Mississippi’s sole abortion clinic; calls it ‘undue burden’ on a woman’s right to abortion

Senate may approve disability rights treaty that could promote abortion

Governor signs bill to help save unborn babies diagnosed with down syndrome

Half of Texas abortion clinics close after restrictions enacted

Anti-religious freedom bill fails in the U.S. Senate

Top Dem’s anti-religious freedom bill dies in Senate vote

Hobby Lobby and ENDA

Sen. Blunt debunks lies about Hobby Lobby case (video)

Myths about abortion and the “Women’s Health Protection Act”

Preserving America’s religious liberties

Gosnell Nation

Hatch: Senate Democrats’ legislation diminishes religious liberty protections of all Americans

    Orrin Hatch: Hatch said that “the Religious Freedom Restoration Act represents this full understanding of religious freedom. It requires that when Congress considers legislation or executive branch agencies consider regulations, they must take this fundamental freedom into account and give it the respect it deserves.” He added that the Senate Democrats’ bill to limit religious liberty “targets religious freedom as the problem. It treats certain religious beliefs as simply unworthy of recognition and religious exercise in general as a second- or even a third-rate value.”

  • Posted: 07/16/2014
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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Senate defeats Democrats’ bill to “overturn” Supreme Court decision protecting Hobby Lobby

Unjust anti-religious-freedom bill fails in US Senate

The accurate title of Senator Blumenthal’s radical pro-abortion bill: The Kermit Gosnell Enabling Act of 2014

Blumentha’s abortion omnibus

Democrats push vote on bill to “overturn” Supreme Court decision protecting Hobby Lobby

Democrats push bill to overturn laws convicting Kermit Gosnell of killing born alive babies

“Accessing abortion is much more difficult in 2014 than it was in 2009,” pro-abortion think-tank report concludes