Sanctity of Life: blog

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Federal Judge Strikes Restrictions on Chemical Abortion Drug in N.C.

In an opinion filed April 30, U.S. District Court Judge Catherine Eagles struck down portions of North Carolina’s law restricting use of the chemical READ
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Taxpayers Fund the 4th Leading Cause of Death in US: Abortion

On April 17th, Planned Parenthood released its annual report for 2022-2023, showing the pro-abortion group received close to $700 million in taxpayer funding. In READ
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Alabama, IVF, and the Ethical Conundrum

The recent ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court on the issue of in vitro fertilization (IVF) has sent a shockwave through this country. On READ
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Gov. Cooper and AG Stein Work to Prevent Restrictions on Chemical Abortion Drugs

In recent weeks Governor Roy Cooper and N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein have reasserted their pledge to make access to dangerous chemical abortion drugs READ
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3 Ways to Participate in Sanctity of Human Life Sunday

This upcoming Sunday marks the 40th observance of Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, a day where pro-life citizens and churches across America come together READ
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SCOTUS To Hear Oral Arguments on FDA’s Decisions on Dangerous Chemical Abortion Pills

This week, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) announced that it will hear arguments this term about the Food and Drug Administration’s READ
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No Longer a Destination State? The Initial Impact of NC’s New Pro-Life Law

Last week, the Guttmacher Institute released data revealing a 31% drop in abortions in North Carolina between June and July of this year, during READ
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Judge Blocks Two Provisions of NC’s “Care for Women, Children, and Families Act”

On Saturday, September 30, a federal judge blocked two provisions of North Carolina’s new pro-life bill, SB 20—Care for Women, Children and Families Act. READ
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Fifth Circuit Rules Chemical Abortion Drug Safeguards Must Be Restored by FDA

According to a report from our allies at Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), “In a victory for women’s health, a unanimous panel for the U.S. READ
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NC Pro-Life Law Survives Restraining Order, Goes into Effect Tomorrow!

The majority of a landmark pro-life law passed by the North Carolina General Assembly last month will go into effect on July 1, surviving READ
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The Pro-Life Movement in a Post-Dobbs World

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Dobbs decision, a historic case that overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and returned READ

Planned Parenthood Sues to Prevent Enforcement of NC Abortion Law

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic (PPSAT) and abortionist Beverly Gray, M.D. have filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of certain provisions of Session Law 2023-14—Care for Women, Children, and Families Act (Senate Bill 20). This READ
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NC General Assembly Overrides Veto, Enacts Major Pro-Life Bill!

The North Carolina General Assembly has overridden Governor Roy Cooper’s veto of SB 20—Care for Women, Children, and Families Act, placing into law a READ
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Gov. Cooper Vetoes Pro-Life Bill, Sends it Back to General Assembly

This morning, the day before Mother’s Day, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed SB 20—Care for Women, Children, and Families Act, the pro-life bill that would READ
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ACTION ALERT: Urge Your State Lawmakers to Override Governor Cooper’s Expected Veto of Pro-Life Bill

According to news reports, Governor Roy Cooper is planning on vetoing SB 20—Care for Women, Children, and Families Act at a pro-abortion rally this READ
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What’s the Future of NC’s Pro-Life Bill?

After more than five hours of debate on Thursday, the NC Senate followed the lead of the NC House and voted to approve the READ

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