2. Seventy-three abortion facilities closed in 2014
3. Supreme Court victories: Hobby Lobby was victorious at the US Supreme Court, winning the right not to pay for abortion-inducing drugs for their employees and the US Supreme Court unanimously struck down a Massachusetts law that prohibited pro-lifers from protesting and sidewalk counseling at abortion clinics
4. Maddie Sutherland, a senior at Courtland High School in Virginia, fought to start a pro-life club at her school and after bringing her case to the media, she won!
5. Abortion advocates tried unsuccessfully to de-stigmatize abortion
6. Obvious Child, the ‘abortion comedy’ film, tanked at the box office
7. Twenty-five pro-life laws passed in 2014
8. Amazing response to the SFLA We Care Tour, which taught students how to talk about abortion in cases of rape
9. SFLA 2014 National Conference expanded to include the West Coast and reached over 2,400 students – its largest yet!
10. Saira Blair of West Virginia became the youngest lawmaker in the country– and she’s a pro-life college student
11. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) won her election to become the youngest woman to ever serve in Congress – and she’s pro-life
12. Amendment 1 passed in Tennessee, which gives lawmakers more power to restrict abortion
13. Brand new pro-life resource launched for pregnant students on campus, the first of its kind: www.PregnantOnCampus.org
14. Over half of the Senators who voted for taxpayer-funded abortions in Obamacare won’t be in the new Senate next year