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Americans United for Life Details What a President must do to Protect Human Life in Advance of Trump Meeting with Conservatives

AUL’s Clarke D. Forsythe discusses Pro-Life Agenda at National Review WASHINGTON, D.C. (06-20-16) – In advance of the much publicized meeting between conservatives and presumptive GOP Presidential nominee Donald Trump set for Tuesday, Americans United for Life Senior Counsel and Acting President Clarke Forsythe described…

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20 Jun 2016 Posted by Joe Carter in Blog, Media Alerts, Press Release no comments

AUL Team of Experts Available to Discuss Health and Safety Standards Being Debated in Texas Abortion Case as Supreme Court Prepares to Announce Decision

What’s At Stake: States’ Ability to Protect Health and Safety of Women in Abortion Clinics from Dangerous Conditions and Practitioners  “Consistently, the abortion industry invests in lawyers to avoid investing in safeguards designed to protect women from dangerous conditions and substandard providers found behind the…

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The Unhealthy State of Abortion Statistics

By John M. Thorp Jr. and Clarke D. Forsythe Originally published in the Washington Times on March 26, 2015 Abortion advocates in Congress and in state legislatures claim that abortions are “safe.” Yet numerous, long-standing problems at the state and federal level illustrate that the…

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07 Jun 2016 Posted by Joe Carter in Abortion, Op-Eds no comments

AUL Will Continue Fight to Protect Conscience as Supreme Court Returns Challenges Brought By Religious Nonprofits to Lower Courts

“Today’s decision implicitly recognizes that the Obama Administration does not need to violate the First Amendment and hijack the health insurance plans of pro-life Americans to push life-ending drugs,” said Clarke D. Forsythe, Acting President and Senior Counsel of Americans United for Life. WASHINGTON, D.C. (05-16-16) In…

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16 May 2016 Posted by Americans United for Life in Abortion, Abortion Pill, Birth control, Blog, Conscience Protection, Media Alerts, Press Release, SCOTUS no comments

AUL Will Continue Fight to Protect Conscience as Supreme Court Returns Challenges Brought By Religious Nonprofits to Lower Courts

“Today’s decision implicitly recognizes that the Obama Administration does not need to violate the First Amendment and hijack the health insurance plans of pro-life Americans to push life-ending drugs,” said Clarke D. Forsythe, Acting President and Senior Counsel of Americans United for Life. WASHINGTON, D.C. (05-16-16) In…

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AUL Applauds U.S. House Investigation Into Possible Illegal Profiteering from Trafficking in Human Remains of Unborn Infants, Notes 6 Possible Violations of Law

“This Congressional investigation is right on track. Abundant probable cause supports the Congressional investigation in whether Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry’s trafficking in the remains of unborn children violates federal law,” said AUL attorney Anna Paprocki. WASHINGTON, D.C. (04-19-16) – “U.S. law requires that…

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20 Apr 2016 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, Media Alerts, Press Release no comments

Abortionists Are Criminals, Women Aren’t

Clarke D. Forsythe, acting president of Americans United for Life, explain in an op-ed for the L.A. Times that abortionists are criminals, women aren’t: In his latest gambit to capture the news cycle, Donald Trump said Wednesday that “there has to be some form of…

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01 Apr 2016 Posted by Americans United for Life in Abortion, Blog no comments

Job Opening: Director of Online Communications

AUL is hiring a Director of Online Communication. This position is responsible for managing and innovating AUL’s online presence, managing e-mail lists, scheduling e-blasts and coordinating on-line marketing and helping to grow AUL’s brand awareness. The director provides a creative element as well as a point…

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24 Mar 2016 Posted by Americans United for Life in AUL, Blog no comments
 
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