Planned Parenthood wants babies with disabilities to die.
It’s that simple. It’s that disgusting. And it should be illegal.
States are passing commonsense pro-life laws outlawing selective abortions – killing babies simply because they may face potential mental or physical disabilities, or because of their race or sex.
No child should be killed because he or she is considered inferior. Yet that’s the sick mentality Planned Parenthood was founded on.
Now Planned Parenthood and the pro-abortion ACLU are suing Indiana and Ohio in federal court to stop these pro-life laws. We’re taking direct action to fight back, preparing a critical amicus brief to defend these precious unborn babies from gruesome slaughter.
We’re fighting in Congress and in multiple federal courts to expose and stop the horrific slaughter and sale of aborted babies’ body parts.
But we need you to sign on to our brief today.
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There is a big pro-life case working its way through the courts concerning banning abortions where the child has a heartbeat or the abortion is being done for a discriminatory reason, and we’ve just taken action in the case. On Monday, November 15, 2020, the American Center for Law and Justice...
On January 23, 2017, in one of the first acts of his Administration, President Donald Trump issued an Executive Memorandum reinstating the Mexico City Policy – which had been rescinded under President Obama. Not only did President Trump reinstate the policy, but he expanded it under a plan called...
Killing babies before birth in abortion, like killing them after birth in infanticide, is wrong even if someone could show the killing would bring health benefits for adults. And for those who think abortion is an essential right, it probably doesn’t matter much to them whether abortion is good or...
ACLJ petitions aren’t merely names on a page but powerful tools used with governments, the media, and courts to focus attention on injustice and create real-world change. Here's how:
First, we can directly and immediately alert individual Members of Congress and other government officials of the size and scope of the public support for our initiatives. Unlike, say, White House petitions – which at best generate a response from low-level staffers – our most successful petitions have generated direct White House, State Department, and congressional responses at the highest level.
Second, we alert members of the media and can help drive national news stories as petition signatures grow.
Third, petitions not only influence foreign governments, they can provide aid and comfort to persecuted people abroad.
Finally, you can directly participate in the most critical court battles of our time. Your signature - your voice - can be represented in briefs to the Supreme Court and to federal courts across America.