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States Push Back Against Abortion Industry Abuses to Protect Taxpayers and to Deal Humanely with the Unborn — Key trends in 2016 State Legislative Sessions, reports Americans United for Life

Aug 15, 2016

In 2016, 43 states considered over 360 measures related to abortion,fighting for the most vulnerable, encouraging in an election year and when all not in session.   WASHINGTON, D.C. (08-15-16) – Americans United for Life released the 2016 State Sessions report today, which examines victories and…

Americans United for Life applauds Pro-Life Advocates for Filing Lawsuit to Protect the Constitutional Rights of Illinois Healthcare Providers and Patients

Aug 5, 2016

“The abortion industry has moved from ‘choice’ to coercion, actively manipulating the law to force pro-life people to comply with their deadly agenda,” said AUL’s Acting President Clarke Forsythe. “AUL applauds today’s lawsuit in Illinois, against an industry that harms both women and their unborn children.” WASHINGTON,…

Is Roe v. Wade unraveling?

Jun 27, 2016

By Clarke D. Forsythe Originally published in the Philadelphia Inquirer on June 27, 2016 In 2013, a federal judge surveyed the state of abortion practice in Alabama, pointing out that the medical profession had abandoned abortion, that almost no doctors did them, and that providers…

Supreme Court Set To Determine Future of Abortion Industry

Jun 22, 2016

Media Advisory: Contact Americans United for Life for Analysis of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt when Case Announced  WASHINGTON, D.C. (06-21-16) – In advance of the potentially ground-breaking, life-related case before the Supreme Court, Americans United for Life Vice President of Legal Affairs Denise Burke…

How the Next President Can Protect Human Life

Jun 20, 2016

By Clarke Forsythe Originally published at National Review Online on June 20, 2016 When Donald Trump commented that “the laws are set” on abortion, he articulated a profound misunderstanding of the legal realities of the issue and the impact they will have on the next…

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

Jun 8, 2016

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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