” When we see the image of a baby in the womb, we glimpse the majesty of God’s creation. “President Trump at the 2020 March for Life
Hours before the massive crowd descended on the National Mall for the 47th March for Life, a much smaller group of women and their supporters gathered at a D.C. hotel to talk about how they are recovering from working in the abortion business by advocating for the unborn. More>>
A crowd awash with pro-life signs and banners stretched from 12th Street past the Washington Monument on the National Mall on Friday for the 47th March for Life, an annual event that draws people from across the country to call for the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. More>>
On Thursday Governor Bill Lee held a news conference at the Tennessee Capitol to announce his own “comprehensive” abortion legislation. Although language of the bill has not yet been finalized, according to the press release issued by his office, the bill will include provisions to prohibit abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, require the mother to undergo an ultrasound prior to the abortion, and prohibit abortions motivated by the race, sex, or health or disability diagnosis of the unborn child.
We appreciate and share the governor’s passion for the sanctity of life. We also appreciate the offer he has made for us to provide input on the matter, and look forward to working with him and the legislature toward our shared goal of defending life at every stage.
Tennessee Republican Gov. Bill Lee and other officials announced Thursday they will submit pro-life legislation to the Tennessee General Assembly durable enough to survive a court challenge and even a left-leaning judge.
The bill, as written, prohibits abortion where a fetal heartbeat exists. If passed into law, the bill would require mothers to have ultrasounds before and if they have an abortion. This legislation also says doctors cannot perform abortions if they know the procedure is motivated by the unborn child’s race, sex, health, or disability diagnosis. More>>