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29 Jul 2021

Students for Life of America and Human Coalition Action File Amicus Brief Calling to End Roe 

Kristi Hamrick | July 29, 2021
From the front lines of pro-life advocacy, women join together in a brief to the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson. The amicus brief spotlights the science of life, the major flaws of abortion precedents, and the vast societal impact 48 years of legalized abortion wrought.  “Abortion commodifies humans—pregnant mothers and their unborn children,” Students for Life/Human Coalition brief.  WASHINGTON, D.C. (07-29-2021) – Students for
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30 Jun 2021

Students for Life Applauds Record Number of Abortion Bans: Pro-Lifers Prepare for a World Without Roe 

Samantha Kamman | June 30, 2021
  According to Governing Magazine, more than a dozen states considered total or partial bans on abortion this year, furthering protections for preborn children. All in all, 2021 saw states enact more than 80 restrictions on abortion, the most in any year since Roe v. Wade forced the country to tolerate abortion on a nationwide scale. With the U.S. Supreme
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28 Jun 2021

Mainstream Poll Reveals 80% of Americans Don’t Agree with Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | June 28, 2021
  Based on Students for Life’s own polling, we know most Americans like limits on abortion. But in a landmark new poll from the Associated Press, it’s been revealed that Americans’ distaste for later-term abortion is even more prevalent than the public (and pro-abortion lawmakers) seem to think. Newsweek wrote:  “Third trimester abortions should typically be illegal according to 80
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18 May 2021

Sorting Fact from Fiction: An Upcoming Challenge to Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | May 18, 2021
  On May 17th, the Supreme Court made the significant decision to pick up the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case out of Mississippi. This case, according to SCOTUS Blog, is “a challenge to the constitutionality of a Mississippi law that (with limited exceptions) bars abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.” Hey hey, ho ho. Roe v. Wade is
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17 May 2021

Students for Life Action says that a Historic Opportunity now exists to Review the Supreme Court’s Takeover of Abortion Policy in Roe v. Wade 

Kristi Hamrick | May 17, 2021
  Hawkins at Twitter: Hey hey, ho ho. Roe v. Wade is going to go!    “Today’s news that the Supreme Court has decided to accept the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case that deals with abortion limits pre-viability is overdue but good news for the Pro-Life Generation,” said Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins.  “We are ready for a Post-Roe America, where the violence
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27 Apr 2021

Taking The Pulse of the Pro-Life Movement 

Autumn Schimmer | April 27, 2021
Blog by Lauren Enriquez, Student for Life’s Deputy Media Strategist.  What’s the state of the Pro-Life Generation, and should we continue working to abolish abortion despite a hostile Administration and mediate climate? Students for Life says YES — and here’s why.  What challenges are the pro-life community facing?  The pro-life movement is contending with the most pro-abortion presidential Administration in US
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23 Mar 2021

THIS is the Case that Could Reverse Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | March 23, 2021
  Right now, the Supreme Court of the United States is deliberating picking up the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, an abortion case out of Mississippi. The Justices have been stalling big time. And that’s because this case is a really big deal. According to SCOTUS Blog, this is Dobbs v. Jackson in a nutshell: Issues: (1) Whether all
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14 Mar 2021

Everything You Need to Know About Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | March 14, 2021
  On January 22, 1973, seven men on the U.S. Supreme Court struck down more than 30 state bans on abortion, and legalized abortion in all 9 months of pregnancy, for whatever reason, across the United States. Regardless of whether you know their names, these historic decisions, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, have affected your life. Abortion advocates argue that legal
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12 Mar 2021

Did We Just Agree with an Abortion Activist?

Brenna Lewis | March 12, 2021
  Mary Ziegler is a law professor at Florida State University College of Law and serves as the “intellectual thought leader” on abortion law and policy (on the pro-abortion side). In light of Arkansas’s recent near-total abortion ban, Ziegler penned an op ed that ran on CNN this week and contains many themes that will likely be echoed by other abortion
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02 Feb 2021

Abortion Cases on the List for the Supreme Court this Year 

Jessica Nardi | February 2, 2021
  There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding the U.S Supreme Court right now. Yes, Justice Amy Coney Barrett, a champion for pro-life women, was confirmed but the continued swirls of whether President Biden will “pack” the court with abortion supporting justices is another question.  Meanwhile, there’s a series of abortion-related cases that may be heard by SCOTUS this year. CBSNEWS
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