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The Supreme Court’s Latest Case Is The Most Consequential One For The Pro-Life Movement In Generations

The Dobbs late abortion case heard by the Supreme Court this week is the most consequential case for the pro-life movement in two generations. In this case involving Mississippi’s law to limit abortions after 15 weeks, the Court agreed to consider whether any pre-viability limits on abortion are constitutional – a question with implications for millions of lives, born and unborn, and for American democracy.

Dannenfelser: The Supreme Court’s Latest Case Is The Most Consequential One For The Pro-Life Movement In Generations

The Dobbs late abortion case heard by the Supreme Court this week is the most consequential case for the pro-life movement in two generations. In this case involving Mississippi’s law to limit abortions after 15 weeks, the Court agreed to consider whether any pre-viability limits on abortion are constitutional – a question with implications for millions of lives, born and unborn, and for American democracy.

Modernize US Abortion Law and Return Abortion Policy to the Democratic Process

In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court will consider one question: “Whether all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions are unconstitutional.” Pro-life advocates argue laws like Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act, a 15-week abortion limit, are clearly constitutional.

Pro-lifers discuss oral arguments in the Dobbs late abortion case

The Supreme Court took up a historic abortion case this week, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and signaled an openness to overturning Roe v. Wade. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves tells us his reaction to his state’s pro-life law being at the center of this monumental legal battle… and much more!

Pregnancy Centers: Higher Customer Satisfaction than Chick-fil-A

As the Supreme Court considers oral arguments in the Dobbs abortion case, challenging a bipartisan Mississippi law protecting life at 15 weeks, advocates of abortion on demand are claiming that women will not have necessary support during their pregnancy should Roe be overturned.