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Abortion is never necessary to save the life or health of the mother

By Sarah Quale, president of Personhood Alliance Education—In their zeal to protect “abortion access,” Democrats inadvertently forced a change in our national conversation that has cast a very unfavorable light on their position. Not only do these legislative efforts support infanticide, they expose a commonly misunderstood exception for abortion that we now have the opportunity to completely and unequivocally dismantle—the “life and health of the mother” argument…

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Abortion’s devastating impact upon Black Americans

By Alfred Goldberg, republished with permission—Abortion cannot be allowed on economic, social, or racial grounds—to afford a higher standard of living, for the convenience of uncommitted relationships, or because a minority racial group is involved.

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10 reasons why reducing suffering doesn’t justify genetic editing

Published with permission from the Human Preservation blog, January 25, 2019, by Christopher M. Reilly — If we can edit the DNA of an embryo to potentially eliminate a genetic abnormality, “disease,” or disability, perhaps we can spare that human being from future suffering. How can any human being argue against that?… Here are ten arguments for resisting the impulse to exercise misguided compassion through genetic editing of human embryos.

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What is a state Personhood Amendment?

In January 2007, Georgia Right to Life contacted the Thomas More Law Center to request language so as to implement personhood—the pro-life strategy that united the movement directly after Roe was handed down. In March, Georgia House Rep. Martin Scott filed the nation’s first state-level Human Life Amendment. Later that summer, it would be renamed the Personhood Amendment. Here is what the Law Center proposed.

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