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The Equality Act’s Implications for Abortion Would Be Devastating for Pregnant Women in the Workplace

The Equality Act’s sponsors seem to be trying to retool the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, transforming it from a law that is explicitly neutral as to abortion into a mechanism that may well be construed to require health care providers to perform abortions and states to fund them.

The Equality Act Would Require Government-Funded Abortion

The Equality Act would force taxpayers to fund abortion and offers no conscience protections for health-care workers with objections to the procedure.

Chemical Abortion Is the New Challenge for Pro-Lifers

Democrats want to remove safety requirements on chemical abortion, posing a significant risk to pregnant women.

Repealing Abortion Notification Law Would Be Tragic Mistake

Eliminating the Illinois Parental Notification of Abortion Act would strip away critical protections for young girls and enable predatory men.

Biden Raises the Stakes on the Becerra Nomination

At the same time that he rescinded the Mexico City policy last week, President Joe Biden also directed the Department of Health and Human Services to consider undoing another pro-life policy, which prohibits abortion providers from claiming federal funding under the Title X family-planning program.

What the Media Won’t Tell Us about Abortion

No matter how safe or clean a clinic might seem, every abortion ends with an empty womb and the death of an unborn child.

President Biden’s Mexico City Policy Repeal Contradicts His Own Recent Statements

As a direct result of President Biden’s decision, massive amounts of federal funding once again will flow indiscriminately to foreign-aid groups such as Planned Parenthood International and similar organizations whose chief aim is to profit from an increased number of abortions around the globe, including in countries that reject abortion in law.

Remembering the Legacy of Pro-Life Pioneer Joseph Scheidler

Joseph Scheidler’s death marked the end of an era for a movement that was often defined by his style of pro-life advocacy — advocacy that was so effective that the National Organization of Women brought lawsuit after lawsuit against him to try and stop it.

Pro-Life Campaign to Curb Down-Syndrome Abortions Gains Steam

At the state and federal levels, proposals banning abortion on the basis of a prenatal Down-syndrome diagnosis are making progress.

Archbishop José Gomez: A Profile in Episcopal Courage

The statement on Inauguration Day by the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops was a pastor’s invitation to President Biden to open his soul to the fullness of Catholic truth.