Month: May 2013

Birmingham Abortion Business Argues that the Alabama Department of Public Health Does Not Have Jurisdiction to Enforce Health and Safety Rules

Birmingham Alabama’s dangerous, sub-standard abortion facility, New Women, All Women Health Care (NWAW), continues to put women’s health in danger even while the State Department of Public Health battles to get it closed. The Department of Public Health (DPH) closed the clinic a year ago for health and safety violations, forcing the owner Diane Derzis …

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Case Update

[This article was printed in Lifeline Vol. XXIII, No. 1 (Winter 2014) [PDF] CASES TO WATCH: Mississippi v. Ester Mann, Harriet Ashley, and Ron Nederhoed (Miss.)—Sidewalk counselors arrested for obstructing the sidewalk while peacefully praying and holding signs on the public sidewalk outside Mississippi’s last standing abortion clinic, the Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Jackson Police Department officers claim that …

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Congress Forced to Face Up to the Pain Experienced by Unborn Children

Last week,  Representative Trent Franks (R.-Ariz.) introduced  legislation in the United States House of Representatives that would ban abortions after twenty weeks of pregnancy. The bill, HR 1797, is based on research establishing that unborn children can feel pain by at least twenty weeks of gestation, and very likely at an earlier age.  As originally …

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Pro-Life Student Fights Discrimination at Her University – and Wins

Living consistently with one’s personal pro-life convictions takes courage, and sometimes comes at significant cost. Katie, a veteran of the United States Military, returned to school as a surgical technician student at a university in Virginia. She was looking forward to graduation in June 2013; all she had left was completion of her clinical phase …

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Verdict: Gosnell is Guilty

Former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell has been found guilty of first degree murder of three babies who were born alive following attempted abortion. Life Legal Defense Foundation released the following statement regarding the verdict: “It is our hope that this will be the first step in seeing prosecutors, nationwide, enforce the law when children born …

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How to Deed-restrict your Business Property to Prevent it Being Used for Abortion Forever

Jill Stanek reports on her blog on a Livonia, Michigan, pro-life businessman who bought an abortion clinic property earlier this month and then banned it from being sold to an abortionist. If you own business property, you, too, can deed restrict it so it can never be sold to an abortion business. Dave Theisen at …

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Free Speech, San Francisco-Style

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is considering an ordinance to curb free speech activities outside of – you guessed it – abortion clinics. San Francisco currently has a “bubble zone” ordinance that restricts the free speech activities of pro-life advocates. The new measure would expand this into a “speech-free zone,”  a permanent 25-foot buffer …

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