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16 Jun 2020

This is a Blatant Example of Why Pro-Life Petitioning Matters

Brenna Lewis | June 16, 2020
  Last week, the saga of Colorado’s Initiative 120 overcame its second-to-last hurdle when enough signatures were collected to get it on the November ballot. The initiative, also known as Due Date Too Late, is a pro-life effort to introduce a 22-week (5.5 month) abortion limit in a state where abortion up until birth is allowed. For scale, researchers currently estimate
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16 Jun 2020

Pro-Life Students Raise Over $700 in Donations & Supplies for Pregnancy Centers During COVID-19

Mary Briganti | June 16, 2020
  Three students from the 2019-2020 William Wilberforce class adapted their fellowship projects to help Pregnancy Help Centers in Nebraska, California, and Texas during the pandemic. By hosting online item drives and Facebook fundraisers, these students raised over $700 in monetary donations and item donations combined. One student collected almost 50 items for her local center in Rio Grande Valley,
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16 Jun 2020

Students for Life Asks Whether the Push for Chemical Abortion is Hurting the Environment

Kristi Hamrick | June 16, 2020
  With almost 40 percent of abortions now committed with chemical abortion pills sending human remains and tissue into the wastewater system, SFLA’s Kristan Hawkins asks what’s happening to the environment? Calls on the FDA to investigate and hold the line on chemical abortion pill regulation, to protect people and the planet.   WASHINGTON D.C. (06-16-2020) Following up on a letter to
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15 Jun 2020

Trump Administration Finalizes Rule To Protect Conscience Rights of Doctors

Brenna Lewis | June 15, 2020
The Department of Health and Human Services finalized a new rule on Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (commonly known as ‘Obamacare’). The new rule has received interest because it ensures that the federal government defines ‘sex’ as either male or female.  But the important part of the pro-life movement is that it removes the Obama administration’s decision to
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12 Jun 2020

Pro-Life Student Establishes Permanent Scholarship for Students to Travel to D.C. Each January

Mary Briganti | June 12, 2020
  This year, I was one of the 20 other college students across the country who were chosen for the William Wilberforce Fellowship. I had a group of 19 to encourage me, back me up, and support me. Doing pro-life activism can be hard and the opposition can be very cruel, but these other students always had my back and
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12 Jun 2020

Pro-Choice Ohio Health Director Resigns In A Cloud Of Controversy

Brenna Lewis | June 12, 2020
Amy Acton, who has served as an ally to the abortion industry, has resigned from her role as the Director of the Department of Health for the state of Ohio. Despite being appointed by a pro-life Republican Governor, Mike DeWine, Acton often used her role to serve not the interests of the people of Ohio, but of the abortion industry.
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11 Jun 2020

FDA Push Back in Court against Dangerous Distribution of Chemical Abortion Drugs “Prioritizes Women’s Safety Over Abortion Industry Profits”

Kristi Hamrick | June 11, 2020
“A predatory abortion industry calls tests that ensure women’s safety and future fertility ‘a barrier to access’ because they just don’t want to take the time to take care of women,” said SFLA’s Kristan Hawkins.   WASHINGTON D.C. (06-11-2020) – During the coronavirus crisis, the abortion industry and its political allies have applied tremendous pressure on the FDA to get rid
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11 Jun 2020

Pro-Life High School Student Gives Out Fully Stocked Diaper Bags to Pregnant Peers in Need

Mary Briganti | June 11, 2020
  Going into the SFLA Fellowship program, I was looking for a group of like-minded pro-life student activists, a support system within the pro-life movement, and individual leadership growth. What I didn’t realize at the time is that I would get all that and more! I live in an upper middle class area with a well to do school and
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11 Jun 2020

Supreme Court Will Soon Decide If Abortion Facilities Have To Follow Basic Health and Safety Rules

Brenna Lewis | June 11, 2020
The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon (they have until the end of June) on the Louisiana abortion law that requires abortion facilities to follow basic health and safety rules. The case is June Medical Services LLC v. Russo. The abortion industry does not want to follow basic health and safety rules. They are claiming that they cannot comply with
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10 Jun 2020

Pro-Abortion “Watchdog” Group Attacks Abortion Pill Reversal

Brenna Lewis | June 10, 2020
  The radically left, pro-abortion “watchdog” group Campaign for Accountability has set its sights on Abortion Pill Reversal, attempting to bully the FDA into shutting down any websites that promote the process. This most recent attack on pro-life efforts has all of the trademark qualities of pro-abortion activism: citing junk abortion studies, attempting to remove one of women’s choices (including
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