How do you know if killing a baby in an abortion is "essential?" If the abortion clinic says so.
A group of North Carolina Christians filed a lawsuit against Greensboro authorities this week after being threatened with arrest while praying
Pro-life students filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Georgia Tech, accusing its student government of discriminating against Martin Luther King
Kansas Gov Laura Kelly: Killing Babies in Abortions is “Essential” for “Women’s Reproductive Health”
Sedgwick County commissioners voted 4-1 on Wednesday to approve a recommendation to limit abortions as non-essential procedures during the COVID-19
YOhio Attorney General Dave Yost has taken legal action to force Planned Parenthood and other Ohio abortion facilities to comply with state orders
Late month, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an order like so many other governors that bans non-essential medical procedures in order
Governor Cuomo Says “Human Life is Not Disposable,” But He Signed a Bill Legalizing Abortions Up to Birth
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made a powerful statement about the value of every human life last week while battling the growing coronavirus crisis.
Pennsylvania Governor Bans Elective Surgeries, But Allows Planned Parenthood to Keep Doing Abortions
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered a halt to all non-life sustaining businesses and medical procedures earlier this month to help prevent the
Killing a baby is "essential" in Iowa. While state residents can't get hip replacements, cataract surgery or other legitimate medical procedures,
The county commissioners who oversee Wichita, Kansas voted Wednesday to close a dangerous abortion facility suspected of contributing to the
WATCH: Marine Veteran Blocks Abortion Clinic Entrance With His Truck to Stop Coronavirus, Save Babies
Last Friday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an order that anyone traveling to Florida from Louisiana, where there has been a dramatic eruption
A Kansas abortion facility may be putting a huge number of people's lives in danger by contributing to the spread of the coronavirus.
At least one Indiana abortion facility is continuing “business as usual” despite Gov. Eric Holcomb's order halting all non-essential medical