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Catherine Glenn Foster: ‘We applaud Speaker Ryan, Rep. Trent Franks’ and other House members for passing the Pain-Capable bill

“Americans United for Life is encouraged by the House of Representatives’ passage of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act this afternoon. Not only does this legislation provide protections for the unborn child who can feel pain, but it also protects mothers from the increased risks…

03 Oct 2017 Posted by Carolyn Bolton in Press Release no comments

Testimony On S. 1225 Regarding Physician-Assisted Suicide

   Testimony of Deanna Wallace, Esq., Staff Counsel, Americans United for Life,                         On S. 1225 Regarding Physician-Assisted Suicide September 26, 2017 Dear Chairs Lewis and Hogan, and Honorable Members: I am Deanna Wallace, Staff Counsel with Americans United for Life.  I appreciate the opportunity…

26 Sep 2017 Posted by Cate Whitley in Assisted Suicide no comments

MEDIA ADVISORY: Catherine Glenn Fosters says Chris Gard, Connie Yates make ‘brave,’ ‘heartbreaking decision’ for their little Charlie

In wake of Chris Gard and Connie Yates’ decision to end the legal battle for the right to treat their son Charlie Gard, please find a statement below from Americans United for Life CEO & President Catherine Glenn Foster, who is currently in the U.K. providing legal counsel and…

25 Jul 2017 Posted by Carolyn Bolton in Media Alerts no comments

AUL UPDATE: Is Charlie Gard coming to America?

The fight to win treatment for the 11-month-old baby Charlie Gard continues. As I write this email, I’m packing to go back to London so I can stand with Charlie’s parents, Chris and Connie, at the court hearings on Monday and Tuesday. Despite the fact that a world-renowned…

21 Jul 2017 Posted by Joe Carter in Blog no comments

Charlie’s Still Fighting, So AUL Is Too.

Today, as I’m sending you this message from London, Charlie Gard’s parents are back in court, fighting for the chance to take their son from a hospital that does not want to treat him, to doctors and hospitals who do so he can receive care. Great Ormond…

13 Jul 2017 Posted by Joe Carter in Blog no comments
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