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Pro-Life This Week – Jun 7, 2019

  Week in Review – The Missouri farrago, New York merger, aborted fetal tissue The saga in Missouri over the only abortion facility in the state—Planned Parenthood in St. Louis—continues, as it seems the judge who is handling a suit by Planned Parenthood that seeks to prevent a shutdown is seemingly looking for a way to […]

Pro-Life This Week – May 31, 2019

  Week in Review – Missouri, Alabama, and Louisiana on the front lines this week A battle is raging in the state of Missouri over Planned Parenthood’s license—which is set to expire today—to do abortions. The state says that it has not made a decision on renewal because Planned Parenthood has had a number of violations […]

Pro-Life This Week – May 24, 2019

  Week in Review – France’s Terri Schiavo barley escapes execution; Debi Vinnedge exposes the truth behind a misleading article on vaccines Over the last few weeks in France, Vincent Lambert, referred to as France’s Terri Schiavo, has barely escaped execution. According to LifeSiteNews, Lambert, 42, suffered head injuries in 2008 that left him a […]

Pro-Life This Week – May 17, 2019

  Week in Review – Alabama Passes Law Criminalizing Abortionists; Missouri Set to Pass Life-Affirming Law; Vermont Passes Unrestricted Abortion Law; US Birth Rate Lowest Since 1986 This week has seen a lot of action in pro-life politics. On Wednesday, Alabama governor, Kay Ivey, signed the Alabama Human Life Protection Act into law. This new […]

Pro-Life This Week – May 10, 2019

Week in Review – Pennsylvania outrage; organ donations; PP sex ed; and Mothers’ Day The lead story this week was the state representative in Pennsylvania who filmed himself bullying a woman praying a Rosary outside Planned Parenthood in his district and then posted the video to social media. He followed that by posting another video […]

Pro-Life This Week – May 3, 2019

Week in Review – Trump protects conscience rights; NY pro-lifers; “It’s Perfectly Normal” The big news this week comes from the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights and deals with conscience rights. HHS issued an updated rule that will apply to all programs funded in whole or in part by the […]

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