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Pro-Life This Week – February 19, 2021

Week in Review – National and State Legislation Plus PP Transgender Services It is the beginning of the new 117th Congress (2021-2022). All the bills that existed in the 116th Congress have been closed. Every two years, the Congress starts fresh. Right now, pro-life members of Congress (House and Senate) are busy introducing “pro-life” bills. Unfortunately, almost […]

Pro-Life This Week – February 12, 2021

Week in Review – Let’s work to end all abortions. The Biden administration continues to push all abortions and is even trying to force the American people to pay for all abortions. As the discussion and actions are unveiled, most people think about abortion as being done either surgically or by the abortion pill. This […]

Pro-Life This Week – February 5, 2021

Week in Review – Abortion regulation vs. end of abortion—two examples Senator Rand Paul introduced another flawed bill in the Senate. The senator introduced the “Life at Conception Act” last weekend. Despite a bad title, the act actually starts off very good. It says: “ . . . the Congress hereby declares that the right […]

Pro-Life This Week – January 29, 2021

Week in Review – Court stacking, gender identity, and rainbow flags at our foreign embassies In this first month of the Biden administration, there are some things happening that are of concern to pro-lifers as well as other Americans. We will bring you preliminary information so you can decide what happenings are important to you. […]

Pro-Life This Week – January 22, 2021

Week in Review – A bad week for the babies Today is January 22, 2021. It is the 48th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions of the United States Supreme Court that unleashed abortion-on- demand across the nation. Over 60 million preborn children have been murdered by surgical and medical abortions since those decisions. […]

Pro-Life This Week – January 15, 2021

Week in Review – Positive decisions from SCOTUS as we await the inauguration In two decisions this week, the Supreme Court of the United States voted to help stop the killing. First, the justices granted a request by the Trump administration’s Food and Drug Administration to block mail delivery of abortion pills. The approved protocol […]