Month: January 2021

Biden’s Executive Execution Order…What’s Next?

President Biden has issued an Executive Order abolishing the “Mexico City Policy,” which prohibited taxpayer funding from going to organizations that provide or promote abortion. Life Legal was founded over 30 years ago. We have been through administrations that were friendly, not-so-friendly, and overtly hostile to our mission. That gives us some perspective on the …

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The “Great Compromise”: A Deal with the Devil

Katie Short On November 4, 2020, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Fulton v. Philadelphia, in which foster parents and Catholic Social Services of Philadelphia (CSS) challenged the city’s decision to cancel CSS’s contract and revoke the charitable agency’s ability to certify foster parents. The city took the action in response to learning of CSS’s …

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Patient Visitation During COVID

Alexandra Snyder In the wake of COVID-19, hospitals have enacted policies severely restricting patients from receiving visitors in order to prevent the spread of the virus. While limiting patient exposure to a potentially deadly virus is important, prohibiting visitation without providing accommodations for vulnerable patients has significant legal and ethical implications. Draconian COVID-19 restrictions on …

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COVID-19 Vaccines and Conscientious Objection

Sarah Chia Within the pro-life community, differing views exist regarding the application of pro-life principles to issues other than abortion. Among these is the question of whether to take vaccines developed from or tested using cell lines derived from aborted fetuses, including the oft-used HEK293 cells. This is especially relevant today, with the emergence of …

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BATTLING HARD for Life at the High Court . . .

The Supreme Court addressed several cases affecting the protection of vulnerable life this week: VICTORY! In Food and Drug Administration v. American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists, the Court reinstated FDA requirements for dispensing chemical abortions. Chemical abortions use two different off-label drugs and for over 20 years, the FDA has required the first drug …

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