Friday, June 24 marks a historic human rights victory for unborn children and their mothers and a bright pro-life future for America.
The pro-life movement stands at the threshold of a new era. If the draft opinion in the Dobbs case holds, Americans will have a new debate on abortion policy with the potential to save millions of lives. I hope it also sparks a rebirth of authentic feminism.
Thirty years on, the mission and work of SBA List has grown far beyond what its leaders set out to do in those early days. Today, the group is one of the nation’s foremost pro-life advocacy and lobbying organizations, swinging elections and shaping policy.
For the pro-life movement, the excitement about the possible reversal of the 49-year-old precedent of Roe v. Wade is real, even as we know the road ahead is uneven.
If Roe is indeed overturned, our job will be to build consensus for the strongest protections possible for unborn children and women in every legislature and in Congress.
Dannenfelser: Anybody who embraces abortion up until the end and wants taxpayers to pay for it is not a viable candidate. And I think Democrats are going to start to see this at the polls.