One million babies murdered each year. But it could get a lot worse.
You may be forced to pay for it.
Planned Parenthood and its pro-abortion political allies are trying to repeal a law that bars your tax dollars from directly funding abortion.
Before this law went into effect, you – the American taxpayer – paid for 25% of all abortions in the U.S. – 300,000 abortions a year.
It can’t happen again.
The abortion industry and its political allies will stop at nothing to force you to pay for abortion.
We will stop at nothing to defend babies. We’re launching a brand new legal advocacy campaign to stop this dastardly effort. We’re aggressively fighting in Congress and vigorously battling in courts across America in some of the biggest pro-life cases in the nation. Take action now:
Not one dime of our tax dollars should fund the slaughter of innocent unborn babies.
To battle taxpayer-funded Big Abortion and stop you from being forced to pay for abortion, we need your support.
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From Day One , the ACLJ has been aggressively calling for Congress and federal and state law enforcement to investigate Big Abortion for the horrific practice of selling aborted babies’ body parts (fetal tissue) for profit. It’s illegal, but until recently has gone on unhindered from the fear of...
In confirmation of news we brought you not long ago, it has now been verified by multiple news outlets that the Department of Justice is, in fact, investigating Planned Parenthood and its illegal practices, such as profiting from the sale of aborted fetal tissue. The Chairman of the Senate...
This week, the ACLJ filed a second amicus brief in support of the Administration’s recently issued Interim Final Rules granting religious and moral exemptions to the HHS abortion-pill Mandate. Our first brief was filed last week in the case of Pennsylvania v. Trump . Like Pennsylvania, California...
When the Obama Administration first sought to coerce religious organizations, family-owned businesses, and non-profit advocacy groups into facilitating the provision of morally objectionable drugs and services (including abortion pills) as part of ObamaCare, the ACLJ took action. In addition to...