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The number of clinics that provide surgical abortion procedures has declined over the past several years while the number of clinics that provide only abortion pills is increasing, according to an annual report by a leading pro-life activist group.
The purpose of healthcare is to heal and preserve life, not to end life.
A major reason controversy over abortion will not die is because it was imposed on the American people by judicial fiat.
Pro-life gains in the court of public opinion have forced our ideological opponents to change their strategy. Instead of arguing that pro-lifers are philosophically wrong, supporters of legal abortion often argue that our policies are ineffective.
Last month, the FDA announced its decision to weaken chemical abortion safety regulations by lifting a requirement that abortion pills be dispensed in person for the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Reversing over two decades of policy, this means that chemical abortion pills can now be sent through the mail.
In the last 12 years, 108 babies have been born alive after attempted abortions in five U.S. states alone.
This is an ominous sign concerning the direction of abortion in our country. This bill could play a role in opening the floodgates in the future as inevitably other states begin to follow New York’s lead. We cannot take the passing of this bill lightly.
Recently, Mexico’s Supreme Court refused a sweeping Roe v. Wade kind of ruling on abortion. Progressives expect that as nations develop, they will expand so-called abortion rights.
Anyone who wants to truly communicate the horror of killing needs to do more than cite statistics. They have to tell stories. This holds true for any atrocity, including one that has claimed more lives than even the highest estimates of Stalin’s regime.
A pro-life group is reporting that Missouri has become the first “abortion-free state” in the Union after its last remaining abortion facility ceased terminating pregnancies.
Soon she was pregnant. Tonya shares, “The most frightening day of my life was to tell my mother, and so I got up the courage and I told her. It didn’t go well, you know. Here come the beatings, the telling me how worthless I was, how horrible I was, I was going to ruin the [family] name.” And so on.
Euphemism and jargon can be useful in certain situations, but we should never use language to hide evil.
The Abortion Survivors Network hosted the first-ever retreat for survivors of failed abortions last weekend. Over a dozen united under the mantra, “You Belong," to show they are not alone.
An abortion clinic known as the "abortion clinic to the stars" has ceased operations at its Beverly Hills location, according to a report from a pro-life group.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday reinstated a rule at the Food and Drug Administration requiring women to see doctors before they can receive medication for chemical abortions, overturning a lower court decision that enabled them to obtain the abortion pill via mail.
A Pennsylvania court has ruled against a group of abortion clinics suing the state over a law that limits Medicaid funding for abortion.
These activists choose to overlook chemical abortion’s higher rate of risk compared to surgical abortion and push for the removal of the FDA’s safety standards, arguing they are unnecessary and unduly limit “abortion access.” The abortion industry seems willing to gamble with women’s lives and health.
The controversial Texas heartbeat bill, which bans most abortions in the state after six weeks' gestation, is now under attack from the Massachusetts-based group The Satanic Temple, which argues that the law infringes on the group’s religious freedom by imposing an “undue burden” on its "satanic abortion ritual."
As a law banning abortions as early as six weeks gestation is scheduled to take effect in Texas next month, a professional coalition of abortion providers has announced that it will no longer financially support clinics that defy the legislation.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has signed a bill into law requiring abortion providers to inform women about abortion pill reversal if they're having a chemical abortion.