An Ohio judge with close ties to Planned Parenthood blocked a state law Wednesday that protects unborn babies with Down syndrome from discriminatory
A pro-abortion Democrat appears to have won a special election Tuesday in Pennsylvania, though some say the race remains too close to call.
A controversial new documentary has been released in the US telling the story of an Oregon couple who took their own lives via lethal medication
Idaho Legislature Passes Bill to Inform Women the Abortion Pill Can Be Reversed and Their Baby Saved
When, as expected, Gov. Butch Otter signs SB 1243, Idaho will join Utah, Arkansas, South Dakota, and Arizona in updating their informed consent
Disability rights activist Karen Gaffney has swum the English Channel, holds an honorary doctorate, and is a nationally acclaimed speaker. In
A Kentucky bill to protect unborn babies from brutal dismemberment abortions is one step closer to becoming law.
Tennessee House lawmakers approved a bill Monday to request a federal government waiver to completely defund abortion facilities in the state.
Pennsylvania lawmakers introduced a bill Monday to protect unborn babies with Down syndrome from discriminatory abortions.
A new report by Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) Associate Scholar Richard Doerflinger, M.A. finds that deaths by assisted suicide in Oregon
Nebraska lawmakers are scheduled to debate a new budget this week that would defund abortion groups of taxpayer dollars.
Should anyone—let alone unelected government regulators—have the right to suppress education that could save a life?
The Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) sounds important. It is. Every 20 years, the CRC, composed of 37 members, convenes to review
A Montana lawsuit demonstrates that the abortion industry is more concerned about expanding abortion than protecting women.