By Marjorie Dannenfelser, Opinion Contributor
One of the sweetest privileges granted to anyone, especially those who work in the pro-life movement, is to look into the faces of children who have beaten enormous odds to be alive, and not only are living, but thriving.
Even sweeter is to realize that through simple actions we take, many more children can have the chance to live and thrive as well.
Lawmakers recently got a taste of this experience when a little boy named Micah Pickering and his parents, Danielle and Clayton, visited Capitol Hill to urge Congress to pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, or “Micah’s Law.”
Micah was born at twenty weeks post-fertilization