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Now is the time to rebut the tired argument that women need abortion to succeed!

Women Speak 2018
Resources and support so you
can find hope and recovery.
You are not alone
Advocates for Life Spotlight:
"Should Abortion Be Legal?"
A debate with Stephanie Gray and Nadine Strossen.
University of Virginia Law School
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Pregnancy Care Centers are winning in the states
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Holding the Abortion Industry Accountable
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