Students for Life Reacts To Supreme Court Decision On Pro-Life Case

  WASHINGTON D.C. (05-29-18) – In response to the Supreme Court’s decision today, declining to review Arkansas’ recent health and safety standards, Students for Life of America spokesperson Kristi Hamrick made the following statement: “The Supreme Court’s decision to let commonsense health and safety standards remain in force in Arkansas is a victory for women. Abortion vendors…

Media Advisory on NIFLA v. Becerra

Students for Life of America to Rally at Supreme Court Tuesday as Arguments take place in Free Speech Case MEDIA ADVISORY: Rally begins Tuesday, March 20, at 9 a.m. eastern regarding National Institute for Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra WASHINGTON D.C. (03-16-18) – Students for Life of America will have students and speakers available…

SCOTUS Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch is Awesome

President Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch tonight to the U.S. Supreme Court. Judge Gorsuch was on the list that Trump released during his campaign of possible nominees to replace Justice Scalia. We at Students for Life are very happy with this pick! Judge Gorsuch is very much like Justice Scalia was – a strict Constitutionalist…

We Won!

What an incredible day today. I am overwhelmed for having witnessed and been a part of this huge victory for religious freedom, women and all Americans. I got to stand outside the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday morning as the Hobby Lobby v. Sebelius decision was handed down to shouts of joy. It was amazing and…

Statement on Today’s Supreme Court Decision

From SFLA’s President, Kristan Hawkins: Today’s Supreme Court decisions have major implications for Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. In the DOMA case, the Supreme Court found that the federal government must respect the rights of states to determine their own laws protecting the “rights” of their citizens, citing the ‘equal protection’ clause of…

Statement on Today’s Supreme Court Decision

From SFLA’s President, Kristan Hawkins: Today’s Supreme Court decisions have major implications for Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. In the DOMA case, the Supreme Court found that the federal government must respect the rights of states to determine their own laws protecting the “rights” of their citizens, citing the ‘equal protection’ clause of…

Channeling Frustration Into Energy

By: Leslie Bosslet. Students for Life of America’s 2012 Missionary for Life With the result of the Supreme Court’s decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare revealed to all last Thursday, needless to say it’s been a rough week for conservatives and pro-lifers alike. Not only will the PPACA provide federal assistance to pay for abortions,…

No Rest for the Abolitionist

By: Shara Guengerich, Students for Life’s 2012 Missionary for Life This has been an incredibly busy and historic week for us in the SFLA office. Leading up to the Obamacare decision was, of course, a busy time of preparation, but the day itself was even more of a whirlwind experience. Thankfully, I was prepared. As…