This spring, Students for Life of America's full-time team is criss-crossing the country starting new pro-life groups. But what some folks may not know is that we spend the a vast majority of our time helping the 705 already active Students for Life groups already in existence – training them to handle anything that is thrown their way on campus.
The Students for Life of America team has just finished spending hours printing off more than 5,000 citizen complaints to be delivered to the Maryland Board of Physicians today!
Medical Students for Life of America (MedSFLA) is proud to announce the 2013 Spring Medical Students for Life Tour. The tour will travel to over 25 medical schools across the country with nine pro-life physicians who will provide medically accurate lectures on issues such as perinatal hospice, high-risk pregnancies, sex and public health, embryo adoption, medical ethics, and conscience rights.
At the 40th year of legal abortion in America, our nation remains divided on the most important human rights issue of our time. We cannot afford another 40 years of bloodshed and tears. We cannot stand by and watch another 55 million die from the deceit of the abortion industry. We must abolish abortion in this lifetime.
January 22, 2013 was the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court decisions Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, which made abortion legal throughout all 9 months of pregnancy. As we mark the rulings that have killed more than 55 million pre-born babies, it is important for us to show the world that this generation in America is pro-life. The pro-life movement has made great strides over the past few decades. So much so that even the liberal magazine Time has recognized it with their recent cover story, “40 Years Ago, Abortion-rights Activists Won an Epic Victory with Roe v. Wade. They’ve Been Losing Ever Since.”
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is trying to change the Senate rules that have historically protected the minority party from the majority running rough-shod over them.