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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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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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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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23 Oct 2020

Democratic Proposals to Alter the Court Continue to Be Terrifying

Brenna Lewis | October 23, 2020
Unfortunately, Thursday’s presidential debate failed to mention the issue of court packing; the American people were once more denied full transparency when it comes to knowing just how much Joe Biden would transform the courts. We’ve written plenty before about Democratic proposals to pack the Supreme Court, though, because there is plenty at stake. It doesn’t help that Joe Biden
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Reversing Roe
20 Oct 2020

What Reversing Roe v. Wade Means (and Doesn’t Mean)

Brenna Lewis | October 20, 2020
The 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion on demand through all nine months and for any reason (alongside its companion case, Doe v. Bolton) is known as Roe v. Wade. The only reason abortion up until birth is not the law of the land in every state is thanks to states’ abilities to enact their own abortion limits… though late-term abortion is the
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17 Oct 2020

Students for Life of America Team Members Once More Met with Violence For Peaceful Counter-Protest

Brenna Lewis | October 17, 2020
One might think that an event called the Women’s March, where its speakers and attendees claim to be speaking for women, all women would be treated with respect. Angry protesters, however, couldn’t handle the presence of a viewpoint which dared to challenge their pro-abortion narrative. They couldn’t help themselves from committing harassment, assault, and vandalism. Our team members were pushed,
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Super precedent
15 Oct 2020

Roe v. Wade is Not a ‘Super Precedent:’ Here’s Why That Matters

Brenna Lewis | October 15, 2020
  Whether or not Judge Amy Coney Barrett would reverse Roe v. Wade inevitably came up during Day Two of her confirmation hearings. Senators had this on their minds, as well as to what Judge Barrett’s personal views were on the decision, if she had discussed ruling on the decision with President Trump, and, most importantly, how Roe v. Wade is not a
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13 Oct 2020

Students for Life Takes Over D.C. to #ConfirmAmy

Kristi Hamrick | October 13, 2020
  Students for Life spent all day in Washington, D.C. on the first day of the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings to show our support for this highly qualified nominee. Highlights included pro-life women in Supreme Court Justice costumes, a display of a pregnant woman amplifying her baby’s heartbeat, rallying, and a prayer service. Students for Life’s #ConfirmAmy activities have
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12 Oct 2020

Senator Cory Booker Easily Wins Award for Most Hysterical Fear-Mongering on Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | October 12, 2020
  Judge Amy Coney Barrett has not even been confirmed to the Supreme Court, yet Democrats are already in hysterics over the fate of the Roe v. Wade. Perhaps the most absurd warnings came from Senator Cory Booker. He used his time to explain how “people are scared right now… because they know what a future without the protections of Roe
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12 Oct 2020

Students for Life Calls on the Senate to #ConfirmAmy

Kristi Hamrick | October 12, 2020
Students for Life of America & SFLAction call on the U.S. Senate to #ConfirmAmy, Begin Vigil and Join Events in front of the Supreme Court as Hearings Begin “Getting the right people on the Supreme Court is literally a matter of life and death,” said SFLA/SFLAction’s’ Kristan Hawkins. “The Pro-Life Generation is all in and will work to #ConfirmAmy both
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