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Jun 19, 2013
States Move to Tighten Abortion Laws
Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 228-196 to approve the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 1797), which bans late-term abortions after 20 weeks.While the fight against abortion is taking place on a federal level, several states are also working to strengthen their abortion laws. Wisconsin: Sonya’s Law, which will require women to receive an ultrasound before obtaining an abortion and abortionists to have admitting privileges at hospitals within 30 miles, has passed...Read More

Tags: abortion, ohio, Texas, wisconsin
Jun 18, 2013
House Moves to Protect Women, Unborn with Late-Term Abortion Ban
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 18, 2013 Contact:, 703-380-9182 House Moves to Protect Women, Unborn with Late-Term Abortion Ban Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Will Stop Future “Houses of Horror” WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) praised the U.S. House of Representatives, led by courageous pro-life women, for passing the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 1797), which safeguards babies nationwide by...Read More

Tags: Gosnell, late term abortion
Jun 18, 2013
Urgent: House to vote on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Attention, all pro-lifers: This evening, the House will vote on HR 1797, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  Please call your representatives today and urge a YES vote. #TheyFeelPainRead More

Tags: Congress
Jun 12, 2013
Students for Life Exposes Planned Parenthood
With an estimated 3,500 abortions happening daily, Planned Parenthood performs 915 of them. In April 2013, Students for Life of America launched a two week tour called “The Planned Parenthood Project”.  As part of the project, 915 “Planned Parenthood pink” crosses and informational materials are placed on college and university quads in order to highlight the huge number of abortions carried out by Planned Parenthood each day. The awareness campaign aims to show college students that...Read More

Tags: abortion, planned parenthood, Students for Life
Jun 11, 2013
Choice? Forced, Botched Abortion Hurts Woman
Attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom and the Family Policy Council of West Virginia filed suit against Women’s Health Center of West Virginia and its abortionist, Rodney Lee Stephens, this week for forcing a woman to proceed with an abortion against her will and then leaving the baby’s head inside her womb.  According to the lawsuit Gravely v. Stephens, 26-year-old Itai Gravely changed her mind about the abortion for which she was scheduled when she learned that Women’s Health Center...Read More

Tags: forced abortion, gravely v. stephens, west virginia
Jun 11, 2013
Pro-Life Former Congresswoman Vucanovich Passes Away
On June 9, 2013, the pro-life movement lost one of its champions.  Barbara Vucanovich, the first woman to represent Nevada in the House of Representatives, passed away just short of her 92nd birthday in her beloved city of Reno.  She is survived by four children and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  Vucanovich, after years as a grassroots activist and political staffer in Nevada, began her own political career in 1982 at age 61.  She was elected to the House of...Read More

Tags: Congress
Jun 7, 2013
Maryland Abortion Clinics Added to Ever-Expanding “House of Horrors”
The overdue series of investigations prompted by the Gosnell trial is revealing misconduct and negligence in abortion clinics nationwide. In Maryland state regulators shut down four affiliated abortion clinics and suspend three abortionists’ licenses just this week. Although the sloppy conduct of the clinics has become typical to the abortion industry, it is no less disturbing. On February 13, 38-year-old Maria Santiago died following a botched abortion. After administering Santiago an...Read More

Tags: abortion, Gosnell, Maryland
Jun 6, 2013
House Panel Approves Pro-Life Bill
While America endures another four years of the most pro-abortion president in history, we can be thankful that there are some politicians in D.C. willing to stand up for the rights and dignity of the most vulnerable Americans: babies yet to be born.  This week, a subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, in a party-line 6-4 vote, advanced Rep. Trent Franks’ (R-AZ) bill that will prohibit abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, the point at which children in the womb feel excruciating...Read More

Tags: Congress, Gosnell
Jun 5, 2013
Pro-Life Advocates to Protest Irish Embassy
On Friday, June 7, pro-life protestors will gather outside the Irish Embassy in Washington, D.C. calling for Ireland to reject the advances of radical abortion proponents, who are pushing to legalize abortion in Ireland under the guise of protecting pregnant women who are considering suicide.  Ireland’s proposed abortion legislation would allow for abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy if a woman was considering suicide.  This dangerous legislation is a back-door way to...Read More

Tags: Boston College, Edna Kenney, embassy, Gosnell, ireland, Irish embassy
Jun 4, 2013
Abortionist Attests to Planned Parenthood Misconduct
Despite explicit evidence showing abortion industry negligence and brutality in her own clinic and nationwide, Planned Parenthood of Delaware CEO Ruth Lytle-Barnaby has attempted to reduce these incidents to mere “speculations and falsehoods”. In a statement issued early May in response to the whistleblower nurses, Barnaby claimed, “Patients are our top priority, and we insist on the highest professional standards of care.”  Anything to the contrary, she claims, is simply an isolated...Read More

Tags: Delaware, planned parenthood
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