I Vote Pro-Life First Tour Wrap Up

Students for Life of America visited campuses in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania with the I Vote Pro-Life First Campus Tour last week. Pro-life blogger Jill Stanek headlined the tour sharing her testimony of the dangers of electing pro-abortion politicians at any level of government. Crowds of students and community members gathered at every stop…

September 2012: Group of the Month!

This September’s Group of the Month hails from Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne. Determined to aid women in crisis pregnancies and to protect the lives of the unborn, IPFW Students for Life has stood out as leading examples of spreading the pro-life message on their college campus and in their community. Whether it’s sidewalk chalking…

What a Great Start to our SFLA Fall Med Tour!

This Tuesday, Dr.  Anita Showalter spoke to over 100 medical students at University of North Texas Health Science Center about the challenges and triumphs of being a Pro-Life OBGYN. In her lecture, she proclaimed the importance of being courageous when living out convictions as a physician. Dr. Showalter also discussed her experience as a medical…

Missouri champions conscience protections against HHS mandate

By Shauna Segadelli, Law Student On Wednesday, the Missouri legislature overwhelmingly voted to overrule Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of Senate Bill 749, which allows Missouri employers and employees to opt out of coverage for abortion, contraception, or sterilization based on religious beliefs or moral convictions. SB 749 is framed to defeat discrimination by governmental entities. …

Life and law going cheap, abortion pills without prescription in India

Anshu Seth, Hindustan Times Ludhiana, September 19, 2012 Days after HT’s sting operation showed an MBBS doctor offering foetus sex determination tests at a farmhouse near Mandi Ahmedgarh, our team managed to buy pills for medical termination of pregnancy (MTP) from three different retail counters in Ludhiana, without prescription and thus in gross violation of law.…

State Board of Health passes regulations on abortion clinics

Mon., Sept., 17, 2012; 10:53 PM by Mallory Noe-Payne, news editor, Collegiate Times The Virginia State Board of Health voted last Friday to adopt regulations requiring existing clinics that provide abortions to follow the same building regulations as hospitals. Abortion rights supporters have described the regulations as unnecessary and cumbersome, and a political tactic for minimizing access to abortion…

National Pro-Life Chalk Day

On September 6th, pro-lifers across the country descended upon campuses and communities with chalk in hand. In support of National Pro-Life Chalk Day, students and adults alike colored sidewalks with quotes, statistics, and images in an effort to spread the message of life in a fun and easy way. While Students for Life received mostly…