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Nathanael Bennett

Nathanael Bennett is the Director of Government Affairs for the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), as well as the Main Representative to the United Nations in New York, NY for the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ). He also assists the ECLJ in its work before the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.

In his current capacity, Bennett represents the ACLJ in matters involving Congress and the Executive Branch. This includes serving as a liaison when the ACLJ and Members of Congress share an interest in an issue before the court.

Prior to joining the ACLJ, Bennett served for six years in the office of Congressman Jim Ryun (R-KS), finishing as Legislative Director. He also served on the Transition Team for President George W. Bush.

Bennett holds a Business Management degree from National Louis University, where he graduated summa cum laude.

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Pelosi and Pro-Abortion Radicals in the House Try To Call Off Debate

By Nathanael Bennett1632315540000

In the ongoing debate over the sanctity and value of the preborn, life is winning. Life is winning because, as time marches on, science and technology consistently reaffirm and document the reality that a baby in utero is a unique and distinguishable person who warrants full protection under the...

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ACLJ Joins Pro-Life Letter to Congress Demanding Hyde Amendment

By Nathanael Bennett1631116019667

The American people, while deeply divided on the underlying issue of abortion, do not want to pay for abortions with their tax dollars. This has long been true, and it represents one of the few unifying issues for Republican, Democrat, and Independent voters. Even so, it seems the political...

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Americans Should Not Be Forced To Pay for Abortions

By Nathanael Bennett1626364111848

For nearly half a century, federal law has protected U.S. taxpayers from directly funding abortions in the United States. This protection is known as the Hyde Amendment, and it was first passed in 1976. Although a clear majority of Americans have consistently supported this commonsense protection,

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Sen. Manchin, S. 1 by Any Other Name Is Still Unconstitutional

By Nathanael Bennett1624374319955

As we’ve discussed and written previously, the majorities in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate are currently attempting to federalize control of elections in the United States. This painfully unconstitutional effort comes in the form of the not-so-aptly-named “For the People Act” (H.R. 1 in the U.S.

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President Biden’s Proposed Budget Guts Pro-Life Hyde Amendment

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Biden's Pick for Deputy Secretary of State Won’t Put America First

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A Cry for Care – Abortion Survivors Must Be Given a Chance at Life

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Workers and Students Must Be the Highest Priority of Congress

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