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16 May 2022

After a Deadly Year, Chicago Mayor Says It’s Not Enough; Need a “Call to Arms” on Roe

Caroline Wharton | May 16, 2022
Following the Supreme Court leak that showed Roe v. Wade may soon be reversed, the abortion lobby has sent ripples of fear throughout the country as abortion supporters terrorize the nation through acts of severe violence and hostility—but Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has decided enough isn’t enough yet. She wants more aggression and more funding for abortion—apparently her own city
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25 Feb 2022

SFLAction Applauds LB 933 in Nebraska, Protecting Children from Abortion Violence As Soon As Roe Is Reversed

Lauren Enriquez | February 25, 2022
“The pro-life movement has always owned its goal of abolishing abortion in our lifetime,” said Students for Life Action and Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins. “And by that we don’t just mean stopping late-term abortions, abortions after viability, or the infanticide of children who survive abortion attempts; we mean protecting ALL children from the moment of conception. And that
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21 Feb 2022

More States Try to Codify Abortion Up to Birth, Out of Step With What People Really Support 

Caroline Wharton | February 21, 2022
GUEST POST: In recent weeks, our nation has witnessed some of the most extreme pro-abortion legislation at the state level than ever before. In Vermont, legislators voted to move forward with enshrining elective abortion without limits in their state constitution. Pro-abortion lawmakers in Maryland are also seeking to secure a referendum to have elective abortion protected under their state constitution.  
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02 Dec 2021

As the Dobbs v. Jackson case is argued, Students for Life Salutes what Politico said…

Kristi Hamrick | December 2, 2021
As the Dobbs v. Jackson case is argued, Students for Life Salutes what Politico said: ‘A post-Roe strategy’: The next phase of the abortion fight has already begun  “We’ve had a post-Roe strategy for the last 15 years,” said Kristan Hawkins, the president of the anti-abortion group Students for Life of America. “Now is when the rubber will meet the road.”  MEDIA ADVISORY: For commentary
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01 Dec 2021

Women Don’t Need Roe v. Wade – Here’s Why

Brenna Lewis | December 1, 2021
  The Pro-Life Generation knows how monumental the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case is in taking a legal swing at Roe v. Wade. That’s why students and team members literally camped out in front of the Supreme Court overnight on November 30th in preparation for the December 1st hearing day for Dobbs. The following is SFLA President Kristan Hawkins’s address on hearing day… Good Morning
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15 Sep 2021

This is What Codifying Roe v. Wade Means

Brenna Lewis | September 15, 2021
  In wake of Texas legislation, Senate Bill 8, also known as the “Heartbeat Bill,” the push to “codify” Roe v. Wade has become louder and more insistent. Politicians, government officials, and interest groups are now calling for a codification of the 1973 decision and have been for some time now. This codification concept can be a daunting one to
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28 May 2021

Pro-Life Victory Alert: Texas Passes Law that will Outlaw Abortion when Roe Falls

Lauren Enriquez | May 28, 2021
PRO-LIFE VICTORY ALERT: TEXAS PASSES HUMAN LIFE PROTECTION ACT, TRIGGERING POST-ROE PROTECTIONS FROM ABORTION VIOLENCE “This week, the Texas Legislature passed one of SFLAction’s priority bills, the Human Life Protection Act,” said Sarah Zarr, Texas and Southern Regional Manager for Students for Life and Students for Life Action. “We are grateful to the Texas voters and elected officials working to protect
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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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