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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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Alabama dad sues abortion facility for wrongful death of his child

For immediate release — Personhood Alliance affiliate, Personhood Alabama, filed suit today in the Circuit Court of Madison County to seek justice for “Baby Roe.” The lawsuit, brought by the father of Baby Roe, charges the Alabama Women’s Center in Huntsville, the abortionist, and the pharmaceutical company, with profiting from the wrongful death of his pre-born child, despite his active efforts to stop the abortion.

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What marijuana and sanctuary cities can teach the pro-life movement

Originally published on LifeSiteNews, March 27, 2018 — On March 23rd, President Donald Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018, also known as the omnibus budget deal.  The budget funded Planned Parenthood, with no conscience protections for pro-lifers.  It also funded “sanctuary cities” that openly defy federal immigration law and defunded the Justice Department’s ability to enforce federal marijuana laws.  What I find most interesting about this budget boondoggle is what it tells us in the pro-life movement about the real political power of defiance.

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Alabama Supreme Court unanimously recognizes personhood of unborn children

Originally published on LifeSiteNews, January 4, 2017—A unanimous opinion handed down the last day of 2016 by the Alabama Supreme Court is the latest in a growing body of state law extending personhood and the equal protection of the law to pre-born children in Alabama.

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