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Pro-Life This Week – August 9, 2019

Week in Review – Parents who gave their lives for their child at the mall The state of Michigan has approved ballot language for two citizen petitions, one which would ban most abortions at six weeks of pregnancy and the second would outlaw the dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion procedure. According to Michigan law, if […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 2, 2019

Week in Review – Abortion, Sex, and Planned Parenthood’s new president It is becoming clear that the anti-life forces in the United States want the 2020 elections to be all about killing preborn babies. This was illustrated this week by the reaction of the pro-aborts to a debate on CNN among the Democratic candidates for president. […]

Pro-Life This Week – July 26, 2019

Week in Review – PP’s latest attack on Blacks; and news from California, Massachusetts, and Arkansas California governor appoints Kelly Pfeifer, a volunteer physician at Planned Parenthood Great Plains, as deputy director of mental health and substance use disorder services at the California Department of Health Care Services. Last week we gave you details of […]

Pro-Life This Week – July 19, 2019

Week in Review – Dr. Wen gone; UNPLANNED in Canada; Title X rules; PP sex ed Major news this week was Planned Parenthood firing Dr. Leana Wen from her position as president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Wen was dismissed just eight months after she became president, and […]

Pro-Life This Week – July 12, 2019

Week in Review – Pasadena PP; UNPLANNED in Canada; Daleiden’s legal battle       The Pasadena Weekly carried a story yesterday about Planned Parenthood of Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley taking steps to “beef up security” at its main offices. The story gave nebulous reasons for the increased security, as there was no specific instance that has […]

Pro-Life This Week – Jun 28, 2019

Week in Review – Missouri to Become the First Abortion-Free State Since 1974; Arkansas Abortion Restriction Challenged Baring no other judicial interventions, today Missouri will become the first state since 1974 to be free of surgical and medical abortions. After weeks of legal battles, the state of Missouri has refused to renew the medical license […]

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