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Americans United for Life Defends Arizona’s Informed Consent Law

Feb 4, 2010

FEBRUARY 4, 2010 AMERICANS UNITED FOR LIFE DEFENDS ARIZONA’S INFORMED CONSENT LAW AUL Files Brief in 9th Circuit Affirming State’s Interest in Protecting Women WASHINGTON, DC –Attorneys with Americans United for Life filed a brief in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals arguing that Arizona’s…

Matthew Faraci Named Vice President for Communications and Marketing

Jan 11, 2010

“Matthew is a strategic thinker who brings with him a reputation for creativity, an ability to get things done, and a focus on bringing people together. He is a long-time advocate for life and is passionate about achieving progress on this issue. We’re very pleased to welcome him as part of the team,” said Dr. Charmaine Yoest, President of AUL.

Statement of AUL Action President on Passage of Senate Health Care Bill

Dec 24, 2009

“Americans don’t want taxpayer funding for abortions and are opposed to a first-ever, mandatory abortion tax. Knowing this, the bill’s proponents have rushed it through the Senate at a time when Americans are focused on celebrating Christmas with their families.”

– Dr. Charmaine Yoest, President of Americans United for Life Action

AUL Files Brief Detailing Abortion’s Suicide Risk

Dec 22, 2009

Today, Americans United for Life (AUL) filed an amicus brief in the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, detailing the links between abortion and the increased risk of depression and suicide. The brief seeks to overturn a lower court’s decision that abortion providers in South Dakota are not required to inform women of these risks.

AUL offers urgent legal briefing for Senator Nelson: AUL Legal Team Documents Reveal Details on Mandatory Abortion Tax

Dec 22, 2009

“Senator Nelson has a strong, consistent pro-life voting record, and his vote for the manager’s amendment was a surprise to all of us. We have contacted his office and have offered to send our top legal team to fully brief him as soon as he has an opportunity. I believe it is absolutely critical that Senator Nelson has all of the facts before he casts his final vote on Christmas Eve. The facts demonstrate that this bill will create the largest single expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade and impose a first-ever abortion tax on the American people.”

Americans United for Life: Senate passes the pro-abortion Mikulski Amendment under the guise of “preventive care”

Dec 3, 2009

Today the Senate accepted the Mikulski (D-MD) amendment to the Senate health care bill by a vote of 61-39. The amendment does not explicitly require abortion coverage, but it also fails to explicitly exclude it. The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) could categorize abortion as “preventive care,” and would therefore recommend coverage for abortion by all private plans. The recommendation would force private plans to offer abortion coverage, furthering the abortion lobby’s agenda of mainstreaming abortion as health care.

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