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The state of abortion legislation 45 years after Roe

Feb 2, 2018

By Catherine Glenn Foster Originally published in The Hill, on February 2, 2018. With just one year under his belt, it took an hour and twenty minutes for the president to reflect last week on our nation’s latest milestones in his State of the Union…

Like 21 States, Congress should pass a five-month limit on abortion

Jan 29, 2018

By Clarke Forsythe Originally published in Townhall, on January 29, 2018. In 2007, for the first time since 1973, five Supreme Court justices expressed grave concern with late-term abortions, in a case called Gonzales v. Carhart, and upheld the federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act. Numerous lawyers and elected…

Court’s Shocking Decision Will Make U.S. an Abortion Destination

Oct 27, 2017

By Catherine Glenn Foster Originally published in LifeZette, October 27, 2017. “I don’t feel sure about having a child.” With these words, “Jane Doe,” an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant, could have been speaking for millions of women facing pregnancy and childbirth. Instead, she spoke them as the epicenter…

The Hyde Amendment Saved My Life

Oct 5, 2017

By Deanna Wallace Originally published in the Independent Journal Review, on October 5, 2017. Saturday marked the 41st anniversary of the passage of the Hyde Amendment, which codified our nation’s preference for childbirth over abortion when it comes to taxpayer dollars. That means that 41 years ago, Congressman Henry…

Deciding Death: New York state is the latest train wreck for doctor-aided death.

Oct 2, 2017

By Catherine Glenn Foster Originally published in U.S. News & World Report, October 2, 2017. The latest locomotive of so-called constitutional inevitability, physician-assisted suicide, has been derailed at least temporarily in the last two state supreme court decisions addressing that asserted “fundamental right.” This month, the New…

Chile legalizes abortion, but rightly rejects Roe v. Wade logic

Sep 8, 2017

By Clarke Forsythe Originally published in The Hill, on September 8, 2017. This summer, Chile legalized abortion for the first time since 1989. The legislation, slated to take effect in January 2018, legalizes abortion in cases of “risk to the mother’s life,” “fetal malformation incompatible with life,”…

Can You Trust Abortion Industry ‘Science’?

Jun 15, 2017

By Catherine Glenn Foster Originally published in The Federalist on June 14, 2017. Lobbyists and in-house mouthpieces masquerading as unbiased analysts often try to infiltrate political discourse. The practice is so common that it’s a TV trope—fans of “Mad Men” watched the quintessential example in the…

 
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