The Supreme Court has taken up a major abortion case.
It could strike at the heart of Roe v. Wade and save countless unborn babies’ lives.
When states like New York passed barbaric abortion laws, allowing abortions up to the moment of birth and even infanticide, Mississippi passed a law banning abortions after 15 weeks. The radical Left and the abortion industry immediately filed lawsuits, and the federal courts quickly struck the law down.
We filed a crucial amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to take up this vital case, and now they have agreed to hear it. This is major.
It's a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade and abortion on demand. It's the biggest abortion case in decades – the first of the current Supreme Court. And it could directly save countless babies.
We're filing a critical amicus briefs at the Supreme Court to defend unborn babies. This is THE case. But we need you to take action with us.
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