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Sen. Chris Coons set the tone for the day by asking Barrett if she agreed with Justice Antonin Scalia’s opinion that Griswold v. Connecticut was “wrongly decided.”
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A review of Trump’s list of 2020 commitments released last week, which overlap with some of his 2016 commitments and show progress on delivering his pro-life agenda, but major battles continue.
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The Democrats’ pledge not to allow religious liberty to serve as ‘a cover for discrimination’ could mean major curtailments on religious liberty, in matters involving sexuality and the sanctity of life.
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The Planned Parenthood founder praised Nazi eugenic efforts and expressed contempt for “those elements at large in the population whose children are a menace to the national health and well-being.”
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The June 11 analysis complained that “charged rhetoric from anti-choice advocates are included in coverage, oftentimes with minimal context.”
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In a statement, Planned Parenthood’s acting president Alexis McGill Johnson touted Biden’s abortion credentials and said, “For us, and for so many, the choice is clear.”
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The presidential candidates both made time for the visits, in the context of continuing nationwide protests condemning police brutality against African-Americans.
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“When abortion businesses can make $25,000 a quarter selling baby body parts, it is long past time for the Department of Justice to do its job and hold them accountable.”
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Delayed earlier by the coronavirus pandemic, the initiative is being rolled out today.
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The last two men still standing in the Democratic presidential primary faced off Sunday evening in an audience-free televised debate.
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Warren’s comments in this week’s Democratic presidential debate indicate she applies a double standard about ending the life of a baby in the womb.
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‘We’re at a Time of Victory Right Now for the Pro-life Movement’
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Charlotte Pence and San Antonio’s ‘Outstanding’ Teen Angelica Park Encourage Youth to Have a Reasoned, Compassionate Opposition to Abortion Ahead of March for Life
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Eight out of ten candidates told The New York Times they support on-demand late-term abortions.
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“I have made clear what I think the Democratic Party stands for.”
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“I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing, disagree with her on many others,” said Gabbard, “but when she said abortion should be safe, legal and rare, I think she’s correct.”
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Officials say the Departments of Justice, Education and HHS are taking a “much different approach” to religious liberty than the prior administration did.
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Planned Parenthood opens up about how it exerts immense influence over Tinseltown’s portrayals of abortion.
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Her comments both before and after her ouster in July, for not conforming with Planned Parenthood’s ‘abortion rights advocacy’ model, suggest that she does.
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The new State Department commission seeks to provide an antidote to the contemporary manipulation of the understanding of human rights to advance preferred political agendas.
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In two significant recent opinions, the Supreme Court justice has insisted that the legal problems associated with the current legal framework for abortion will have to be addressed, sooner or later.
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Despite the best efforts of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, the pro-life Hyde Amendment will likely remain in place for the time being.
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The rally will take place this Friday, May 10, at 12th and Locust Streets in Philadelphia at 11 a.m., and will be coordinated with other rallies nationwide
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Lauretta Brown is the Register’s Washington-based staff writer.