“Katie Britt is an outspoken advocate for the unborn and we could not be more excited to welcome her to the ranks of pro-life women in Washington,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of SBA Pro-Life America.
“In the new Dobbs era, more than a dozen states have taken action to protect unborn children and mothers from the horror of abortion, potentially saving more than 200,000 lives. As we welcome more precious children into the world, the pro-life movement stands ready to ensure their mothers have the comprehensive support they need to provide for themselves and their families,” said Musgrave.
“Shame on Judge Jenkins for siding with the abortion industry against the voices of Ohioans and their elected representatives. Appallingly, the Preterm Cleveland Clinic would use medical misinformation to scare women, benefitting their profit-driven abortion business,” said Liebel.
“West Virginians have been committed to protecting unborn children and mothers from the horrors of abortion and now, in the Dobbs era, they have passed legislation to do just that. HB 302 is a strong pro-life bill that will protect babies and ensure mothers can get the care they need in the heartbreaking situation of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage or medical emergency – just like every other state with pro-life protections in place,” said Caitlin Connors, southern regional director for SBA Pro-Life America.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 13, 2022 Contact: Mary Owens, firstname.lastname@example.org Polling Consistently Shows a Strong Majority of Americans Reject Pro-Abortion Extremism Washington, D.C. – Today U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and U.S. Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ) will introduce the Protecting Pain-Capable Unborn Children from Late-Term Abortions Act, federal legislation to limit abortion after 15 weeks, […]
Many of us are proud that our state will soon move to implement life-affirming legislation whether by reinstating laws previously enjoined, activating laws passed in anticipation of this moment or enacting new laws.