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Colorado in the Crosshairs

Fetal Pain Studies Highlights Need to End Late-Term Abortion    This November, Coloradans will vote on late-term abortion. Proposition 115 appears on the state’s ballot and if approved, will ban abortions after 22-weeks except in cases where the mother’s life is in danger.   Colorado is one of only seven states that allows third trimester abortions.   The group Due Date Too Late, started by […]

New Research Reveals the Unborn Can Feel Pain Before 24-weeks

Save the Storks works to end late-term abortion in light of fetal pain study  By Natasha Smith  Two researchers with different views on abortion published a paper this week in the Journal of Medical Ethics saying the unborn are likely able to feel pain at an earlier point than previous research suggested. Until now, most […]

Pro Life. Pro Women.

The new Public Health Law of New York has the country talking. Some celebrate the new abortion laws while others reel in shock. The bill states its purpose to “…recognize a woman’s fundamental right to access safe, legal abortion.” This law also allows for abortions at “any time when necessary to protect a patient’s life […]

Record 21 Week Premature Birth Shows the Value of Life in the Womb

When we argue about pro-life vs. pro-choice it can be easy  to lose sight of what we’re even arguing about. It’s so easy to want to be right that winning becomes more important than knowledge. We forget the people we are even “fighting” for. That’s why I love this story. It reminds me that there […]

One Mom Fights for Her Life and for Her Baby’s

In July of 1987, a mother nearly lost her life for her preborn child. She was 30 weeks pregnant with her son and began to severely hemorrhage. She went quickly to the hospital and discovered that because of a rare condition called placenta percreta, a condition in which her placenta was aggressively growing through her […]