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Internal Unrest at Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood, St. Paul, MN (Image courtesy of Wikicommons images, Fibonacci Blue CC BY 2.0)

More than a year after the Dobbs decision overturned Roe v. Wade, the rank and file inside Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) have been left worried and uncertain after the company laid off workers and is talking about restructuring “to better serve” those most in need in post-Roe America.

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Pro-Life Movement Launches Groundbreaking New School Program

An ambitious new science-based program aimed at opening the eyes of middle- and high-school aged students to the reality of the dignity of the unborn is set to launch at the end of this month.

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Providing for Life Act Gives Tax Credits to Expectant Parents

Pro-Life lawmakers have introduced a comprehensive pro-family bill that shows value for life at all stages by expanding the Child Tax Credit to include the unborn and offering pregnant women and expectant families all of the resources they need to thrive.

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US Bishops Condemn Approval of Over-the-Counter Oral Contraceptive

The US Bishops have strongly condemned the recent decision by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to approve the oral contraceptive, OPILL, to be dispensed over-the-counter, calling the decision medically irresponsible because it puts womens’ health at risk.

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Hidden Epidemic: Nearly 70% of Abortions are Unwanted

A new peer-reviewed study has found that nearly 70 percent of women with a history of abortion say their abortions were inconsistent with their values and preferences, with as many as one in four describing their abortions as unwanted or coerced.

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Equal Rights Amendment (Once Again) Fails to Pass

Catholic lawyer and pro-life champion, Phyllis Schlafly in 1978 who led the charge to defeat the ERA.

A century-old amendment that would have added the right to abortion into the Constitution under the guise of securing “equal rights for men and women” has once again failed to pass in the Senate.

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Court Delivers Partial Victory in Abortion Pill Case

After a Texas court decided that approval of the abortion pill, mifepristone, was invalid and ordered the drug off the market, an appeals court has decided to temporarily allow access, but is requiring the Food and Drug Administration to restore critical safeguards to chemical abortion drugs while the lawsuit proceeds.

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