Throughout the month of August, members of Congress are back in their districts on recess. During this time, especially in odd years without a November election posing an immediate worry, Representatives and Senators hold town halls and meetings with their constituents. In off-years without November elections, legislation becomes a prime focus of these meetings. Pro-life activists should attend events in their congressional districts and let their elected officials know that they must stand for women’s health and protect the right to life of their unborn constituents.
Today, pro-abortion activist state senator Wendy Davis (D-TX) will speak at the National Press Club. Prior to the event, Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the national pro-life group the Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List), pointed to recent polling showing that a majority of women support the legislation Davis became famous opposing.
Today Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler and her husband Daniel announced the birth of their daughter, Abigail Rose Beutler. This two week old miracle is being called the first baby to survive a prenatal diagnosis previously considered fatal.
The legal charges against the Women’s Health Center of West Virginia are not the only challenge that it faces if it wants to continue performing unregulated abortions. The Family Policy Council of West Virginia has launched an “Illuminate” campaign to urge West Virginia to begin ensuring that its abortion centers are maintaining proper medical standards.
Years from now, one little boy will be told how he helped fight abortion even though he was yet to be born.
Abortion advocates rely on the mantra that Roe v. Wade made abortion “safe, legal, and rare”; however, reality couldn’t be further from the truth.
Every Spring, the Susan B. Anthony List presents its Young Leader Awards to a group of young women who embody the pro-life legacy of Susan B. Anthony, to honor and encourage a new group of young pro-life women leaders in their efforts to stand up for Life
Last night the SBA List was honored to receive the award for Grassroots Organization of the Year at the prestigious Weyrich Awards Dinner!
In a new paper released today, the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) detailed the history and progress of the Adoption Tax Credit in the United States and called on the federal and state governments to create or expand existing credits to promote a culture of adoption. In addition to improving lives by providing a permanent and stable home for a child in a distressed situation, adoption also has a fiscal element. The Adoption Tax Credits help avert the public expense due to the social costs associated with raising children under less than ideal conditions.