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12 Governors Ask Court to Give Abortion Issue Back to the States

Recently, the Supreme Court decided to hear a Mississippi case limiting abortion to the first trimester. Twelve U.S. Governors together filed a “Friend of the Court” brief asking the Court to take this opportunity to overturn the sweeping 1973 case Roe v Wade, making all state abortion laws unconstitutional. The Governors essentially encouraged the court

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Former Arizona Planned Parenthood Exec Blows Whistle on Abortion Biz

A former Arizona Planned Parenthood Executive blew the whistle on the company for their manipulation and deception of undocumented immigrant women telling them if they don’t have an abortion they may get deported. After working at the largest Planned Parenthood in Arizona for 16 years Myra Rodriguez said, “I noticed all the atrocities. I noticed

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NY Tells Christian Organizations Who They Can Hire, CompassCare Sues

Religious employers should not be forced to hire people who disagree with their beliefs. But since 2011 states like California and Michigan banned religious institutions from hiring and managing staff according to the organization’s views. The Supreme Court has consistently ruled that Christian organizations should be free to hire people who uphold their beliefs. Despite

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Abortion Industry Course Corrects Ahead of National Restrictions

The U.S. abortion industry is restructuring ahead of a shift in the abortion battleground from the Federal level to the state. NARAL is the nation’s oldest, and at twenty-five million in annual revenue, the largest abortion lobby. Fearing the Supreme Court will allow states to restrict abortion as early as next year, the abortion juggernaut

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Planned Parenthood Stops Abortion After City Ordinance Bans It

In July Centerville, Texas became the 30th city in the state to pass an ordinance banning abortion, including chemical abortion, making it a crime for anyone to possess or distribute drugs intended for pregnancy termination. This chemical distinction is important for a small politically conservative town where such an ordinance arguably makes no material impact

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