Nearly 3,000 babies are slaughtered a day.
Now the Supreme Court has taken up a monumental case that will decide if countless babies are saved or aborted.
Big Abortion is trying to shut down the competition – pro-life pregnancy centers that are giving mothers in need an alternative to abortion. New pro-abortion laws are forcing these pro-life centers to promote free (taxpayer-funded) abortion.
Those working to save lives must now promote death. It’s unconscionable.
We've won a significant Supreme Court case that will directly impact how our other pro-life pregnancy centers cases are decided. But the battle isn't over.
The choice is stark. Babies will be saved or killed. You could be the difference.
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