“We are proud to stand with Attorney General Cameron as he fights for the right to defend Kentucky’s pro-life laws and values, all the way to the Supreme Court. Time and time again, science reveals the humanity of unborn children – including their capacity to feel pain, with pain receptors beginning to develop at seven and a half weeks. Kentucky lawmakers acted on the will of the people in banning the barbaric live dismemberment of tiny babies at a stage when they already possess fully formed arms, legs, fingers and toes, passing this legislation by overwhelming bipartisan majorities. Across the nation, momentum to humanize our extreme abortion laws is on the rise, with state legislators enacting 89 new pro-life laws and counting this year alone.”
Our federal government’s most sacred duty is to safeguard the right to life for all Americans. Yet current federal law allows our most vulnerable citizens — newborn babies who are born alive after botched abortions — to be neglected, denied medical care, and left on the abortionist’s table gasping for air until they ultimately succumb to death.
“We applaud the North Carolina legislature for prioritizing this compassionate bill to end lethal discrimination in North Carolina and call on Governor Cooper to swiftly sign it into law,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser, a North Carolina native. “Across the nation, the people are sending a clear message to pro-abortion politicians and to the Supreme Court: the extreme status quo imposed by Roe v. Wade has been rejected. State legislators, acting on the will of their constituents, have approved more than 80 pro-life laws in this year alone. Governor Cooper should heed this historical groundswell and follow the will of the people he represents by signing this bill that will protect the most vulnerable in his state.”
Chimeras: Dr. Prentice explains ethical concerns, Sen. Braun his efforts to ban the creation of animal-human hybrids
A group of pro-life lawmakers push for an end to animal-human hybrids – we speak with Catholic Senator Mike Braun of Indiana to hear his efforts to ban chimera research and dive into its ethical concerns with Dr. David Prentice of the Charlotte Lozier Institute… and much more!
Even before the Supreme Court heard a single oral argument in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, prominent critics protested that the case—which will review the constitutionality of laws that protect unborn children before viability—is unnecessary, because “nothing has changed” in the nearly 50 years since Roe v. Wade.
“We’re disappointed the circuit court refused to let Missouri’s law stand, especially with a landmark U.S. Supreme court case already pending. Missouri lawmakers acted on the will of the people when they enacted some of the nation’s strongest protections for the unborn and their mothers in 2019. Since then, many other states have added to the groundswell of pro-life legislation enacted in recent years, with almost 500 bills introduced this year alone – 89 of them enacted in law. Americans reject the extreme status quo of abortion on demand through birth and are eager to humanize our laws.
“We thank our local allies fighting for the right to protect the most vulnerable and we look forward to seeing the case appealed.”