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Indian Government Pushes to Legalize Abortion Up to Birth for Unborn Children with “Substantial” Disabilities

The Government of India is set to introduce a bill in the national Parliament that would legalize abortion up to birth for unborn children with “substantial foetal abnormalities.” The bill would also change the legal limit for abortion from 20 weeks to 24 weeks for “survivors of rape, victims of incest and other vulnerable women,” including minors and women with mental disabilities.

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Heartbeat Bills an Important Pro-Life Priority in 2020

With the new year already in full swing, state legislatures across the country are now reconvening. And in many state capitals, pro-life bills are already on the legislative docket. Last year saw a flurry of states, including Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Ohio, pass pro-life heartbeat bills banning abortion from the moment a heartbeat can be detected via ultrasound.

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Supreme Court of the United States, Washington DC

Appeals Court Upholds Law Regulating Abortion Clinics

A federal appeals court has upheld a Louisiana law requiring abortionists have admitting privileges at a local hospital. The law is intended to provide women with access to emergency care in the event of serious complications. In a 2-1 ruling, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the admitting privileges requirement in the Louisiana Unsafe Abortion Protection Act (Act No. 620), overturning a previous 2017 ruling from a federal district court which had ruled the …

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Let’s Roll Back Roe v. Wade

Two score and five years ago, seven Supreme Court justices, in a brazen act of judicial activism, read into the Constitution an invented right to abortion on demand. In Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the Court wiped away laws protecting the right to life for the unborn child that were in place in a majority of states. Since then, more than 60 million unborn children have been terminated through abortion in America. And …

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PRI Review, (v27 n2) March/April

China Offers Free IUD Removal 1 Gorsuch for the Supreme Court 2 Sister Lucy’s Letter 3 Deeper Conversations 4 Our Most Pro-Life President? 6 Double Your Giving, it’s Free! 7 The Constitution Right Side Up 8 From the Countries 9 Empowering Women in Chile 10 Truth: More Than the Media 11 PRI in the News 12

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Confirm Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

Not long ago I had dinner with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who was everything that friends had told me about him. He was thoughtful and humble, with a fine legal mind and a deep faith. Yet at his Senate confirmation hearings in 1991, this fine man was publicly humiliated at great length by the Party of Abortion. All manner of false allegations were levied against him simply because he was a pro-life Black conservative. …

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Nominate a Pro-Life Champion, President Trump!

Forty-four years after the tragic Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion in every state through all nine months of pregnancy, Roe v. Wade remains as controversial as ever. More than any other Supreme Court decision of the 20th century, the controversy surrounding Roe has not only endured but has come to shape the very nature of the Court itself. When Pro-Lifers Were Shut Out of the Supreme Court The Roe decision has become a crucial …

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India Supreme Court Orders Closure of All Sterilization Camps Within Three Years

In a landmark court ruling on September 14th, the Supreme Court of India has ordered that all sterilization camps across the country be closed. The Court has directed the central government to ensure the state governments close the camps “as early as possible.” The time frame given to state governments to accomplish this, however, is unacceptably wide. State governments have been given as long as three years to close their camps, opening the possibility for …

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