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16 Apr 2020

159 Members Of Congress Tell The FDA To Protect Women From Dangerous RU-486 Abortion Drugs

Brenna Lewis | April 16, 2020
A bi-cameral coalition of pro-life Senators and Representatives sent a letter to the FDA commissioner, urging that common-sense regulations against RU-486 chemical abortion drugs, the drugs that cause toilet-bowl abortions, be kept in place. The abortion industry and 21 Attorneys General want to flood states with mail-order RU-486 abortion drugs and remove common-sense oversight. The letter states, “We write to
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09 Apr 2020

Our Med & Law Speaker Tour Just Went DIGITAL

Lori Cascio | April 9, 2020
  After 14 successful events on campuses around the country, the Med and Law Speaking Tour is going digital for the remainder of the spring semester. Monday, March 23rd, St. Louis University School of Law hosted Samuel Green from Alliance Defending Freedom to kick-off virtual presentations.   There are 2 upcoming opportunities for students in both fields, alongside undergrad students, to meet and hear from speakers who will address aspects of the medical and legal side of abortion that have
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20 Mar 2020

Pro-Life Groups, Disability Rights Groups Help Stop Assisted Suicide In Maryland

Brenna Lewis | March 20, 2020
The Maryland General Assembly once again failed to pass assisted suicide legislation, that would have let medical professionals end the life of the most vulnerable people, especially the elderly and disabled. The legislation could come up again in a special session in May, so we will continue to keep an eye on the legislation. This is great news and a
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27 Feb 2020

Pro-Life Leader Lays Out The Post-Roe Plan For The Pro-Life Movement

Brenna Lewis | February 27, 2020
Roe v. Wade is soon to fall, either directly if the Supreme Court reverses it, or indirectly, as President Trump’s pro-life federal judicial appointments continue to rule to allow states to pass pro-life laws, creating a de facto overturning of Roe. Kristan Hawkins, the president of Students for Life of America, recently had an op-ed published in the Washington Examiner that lays out a
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17 Feb 2020

Pro-Life OB/GYNs Criticize Medical Trade Group For Ignoring Science

Brenna Lewis | February 17, 2020
The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) criticized the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) for always intervening to support pro-choice laws and ignoring the Hippocratic Oath, in an amicus brief in the Gee Supreme Court case. AAPLOG asserts that ACOG’s opinion has been given too much weight in court filings and that they do not speak
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13 Feb 2020

“Reproductive Justice Chaplain” Is Upset That Pro-Lifers Buried Victims Of Ulrich Klopfer

Brenna Lewis | February 13, 2020
A so-called “reproductive justice chaplain” took to Twitter yesterday to criticize pro-lifers and Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill for holding a burial for the more than 2,000 aborted babies who were found stored in the Will County, Illinois home of abortionist Ulrich Klopfer. Marie Siroky,  says she is a reproductive justice chaplain for the United Church of Christ. A church
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16 Jan 2020

Medical Researchers Carry Out Unethical Research On Young, Mexican Women

Brenna Lewis | January 16, 2020
Recently, NPR publicized the results of a highly-unethical study conducted by researchers seeking to test the safety of IVF. NPR notes, “Researchers have conducted a controversial study that involved paying dozens of young women at a hospital near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, to get artificially inseminated so their embryos could be flushed out of their bodies and analyzed for research purposes.”
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