President Trump has announced that his administration will implement new rules to partially defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business while his administration continues fighting a Planned Parenthood lawsuit designed to stop them. More>>
Planned Parenthood abortion business CEO Leanna Wen has been fired after just 10 months on the job. The abortion corporation wants a more aggressively pro-abortion activist as its leader as it heads into the crucial 2020 presidential election. More>>
A St. Louis Planned Parenthood may continue to abort unborn babies despite numerous health and safety violations, a judge ruled Monday.
Circuit court Judge Michael Stelzer extended his initial preliminary injunction through Friday even though the abortion facility no longer has a license, CBS News reports.
Last week, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services decided not to renew the facility’s license, citing dozens of serious health and safety violations. Pro-life advocates have documented 72 occasions when ambulances were called to the abortion facility for women with abortion complications.
Planned Parenthood sued Missouri health officials several weeks ago over the licensing dispute. But on Monday, Judge Stelzer said the abortion group should take its complaint to the Administrative Hearing Commission instead, according to the report. More>>
A federal appeals court today ruled President Donald Trump can partially defund planned Parenthood while the abortion business’ lawsuit agaisnt his administrations new rules moves forward.
As LifeNews reported in March, the Trump administration finalized an administrative rule that would partially defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business and deprive it of as much as $60 million in taxpayer dollars. This action adds to President Trump’s record of defunding the Planned Parenthood abortion company.
The abortion chain receives about $50 million to $60 million in Title X funds annually, but that could change now that the new rules are being implemented. The administration’s changes to Title X family planning grants have angered the abortion chain Planned Parenthood, prompting a lawsuit, but they provide hope for life-affirming pregnancy centers, which can now compete with the abortion giant for the federal funds. More>>
Planned Parenthood’s landlord in Fayetteville, Arkansas was NOT a fan of 40 Days for Life.
From baseless police calls to turning the sprinklers on vigil participants, he did whatever he could to make life difficult for 40 Days for Life volunteers.
Sheila, the local campaign leader, was frustrated and angry. But she never quit praying. “I had a prayer team dedicated to the landlord,” she said.
Slowly, things began to change. First, the landlord stunned the 40 Days for Life team when he welcomed a mobile ultrasound unit to park on the property.
And then he made the decision not to renew Planned Parenthood’s lease. More>>
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed a bill today that would ban abortions on babies diagnosed with Down Syndrome before birth. The Pennsylvania state House approved the bill on a 117 to 76 vote — with Republicans generally supporting the bill to protect babies with Down Syndrome from abortion and Democrats voting to allow them to be killed in abortions. More>>
An Alabama bill that would make aborting unborn babies a felony passed in the state House on Tuesday. More>>
Abortion workers are quitting. Americans’ eyes are being opened to the truth about the abortion industry. And now babies’ lives are being saved through the message of the new film “Unplanned.” More>>
Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris came out strongly in favor of gun control with a statement that sounded like something that would have been uttered by a pro-life leader. More>>
A city in Tennessee rapidly stopped an abortion clinic from performing surgical abortions last week. More>>