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Pro-life laws aren’t the only thing putting abortionists out of business

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Abortion | In the past five years, abortion facilities have closed rapidly—nearly 31 each year. While pro-life advocates celebrate the trend, abortion advocates call…

FDA bows to abortion industry pressure on RU-486 regulations

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Abortion | The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has loosened its guidelines for the administration of the abortifacient RU-486, a move pro-life advocates say puts…

Florida cuts flow of tax money to abortion providers

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Abortion | Florida became the latest state to cut taxpayer funding for abortion when Gov. Rick Scott on Friday signed into law a bill expanding abortion regulations in…

South Dakota becomes 13th state to adopt 20-week abortion ban

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Abortion | South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed into law a 20-week abortion ban Thursday, making it the 13th state to pass similar legislation since 2010. The…

Jerry Bridges completes his pursuit of holiness

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Obituary | Author Jerry Bridges died Sunday after suffering a heart attack Saturday morning in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was 86. The hospital staff placed him on life…

Surrogate continues parental rights fight after delivering healthy triplets

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Surrogacy | Surrogate mother Melissa Cook gave birth prematurely to three healthy boys Feb. 22, but she has yet to see them or learn how they’re doing. According to a…

West Virginia lawmakers pass dismemberment abortion ban

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Abortion | The West Virginia state legislature voted yesterday to ban a common abortion procedure that terminates a baby’s life by ripping him or her apart…

New state laws could close fetal tissue ‘donation’ loophole

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Abortion | Idaho has joined two other states considering legislation to ban donations of aborted fetal tissue and close the donation-for-reimbursement loophole used by…

Does gene editing research pose a national security risk?

Does gene editing research pose a national security risk?

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Science | As bioethicists and scientists debate the ethics of genetic manipulation through processes like CRISPR and MRT, a recent poll shows genetic editing has yet to…

Judge orders California pregnancy centers to give abortion info

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Abortion | A federal judge refused to grant a preliminary injunction Friday against a California law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to advocate for abortion.

CMP releases new video despite lawsuits

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Abortion | The National Abortion Federation (NAF) encourages and supports the illegal practice of fetal tissue sales, according to the latest video released by the…

U.S. scientists recommend approval for three-parent embryo research

U.S. scientists recommend approval for three-parent embryo research

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Science | A panel of bioethicists and scientists in the U.S. gave cautionary approval this week to an ethically questionable process they say could prevent the transfer…

 
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