During this election year, pro-life debates and news items have often been pushed to the side, not garnering as many headlines and as much attention. But behind the scenes, those who champion life have continued the fight to protect unborn children and their vulnerable mothers from the lies of the abortion industry.
In recent days, there have been several significant developments in these fights. For those of us who believe that abortion should not just be illegal, but also be made unthinkable, these developments warrant our attention, action, and prayer.
Last week, Planned Parenthood and its allies filed lawsuits in three states to challenge common-sense pro-life laws intended to protect the dignity and safety of every woman and child.
The ACLJ’s senior pro-life legal team is analyzing each of these lawsuits and preparing to file briefs to defend these laws and every human life,
In addition to these developments, last week the House Select Panel on Infant Lives released a list of nine criminal and regulatory referrals against abortion providers and fetal tissue procurement companies. I’ve previously written about this congressional committee’s important work.
This work by Congress is invaluable. Someone has to be spending the time to follow the evidence and discover what is happening behind closed doors at these abortion clinics. This vital work not only saves lives, but it also protects real women from predatory abortion practices that lie about what is taking place in order to turn a profit and pad their pockets.
Our office on Capitol Hill and our senior pro-life attorneys will continue to monitor these developments and fight for the sacred rights of vulnerable women and children.
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