The fight for life has always been a fundamental issue at the forefront of the ACLJ’s advocacy. We have battled laws that promote abortion and taken on Planned Parenthood in courts for years, earning victories for the unborn along the way.
The ACLJ received incredible support in protecting life from President Trump, who was the first President to join the March for Life. The Trump Administration championed pro-life legislation, but with President Biden – a friend to Planned Parenthood – now at the helm, the unborn are once again in jeopardy.
We are the last line of defense for the innocent unborn. They deserve a chance at life. And that’s one more reason why the life saving work of the ACLJ is needed now more than ever.
Life: ACLJ Now More Than Ever - Ep. 2
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