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Pro-life doctors and nurses are pressured and even forced into assisting in abortions.

Pharmacists are targeted for refusing to dispense abortion pills.

The right of conscience – the right not to violate one’s faith – is one of the most sacred rights we all possess. Federal laws protect medical professionals and religious hospitals from being forced to violate their faith – from being forced to perform, promote, or be involved in abortions.

But many times these federal laws are ignored or unenforced. Planned Parenthood even absurdly calls “religion . . . an excuse.” The Constitution calls it a right.

At the ACLJ, we’re constantly defending doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals from being forced to violate their faith. We filed formal public comments supporting a new federal rule ensuring that conscience rights will be protected and that entities that force medical professionals to perform or assist in abortions will lose federal taxpayer funding.

But now the radical Left and the abortion industry are filing lawsuits to overturn this rule. We’re preparing to take legal action in court to defend pro-life doctors and nurses. Take action with us.

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