Nearly 3,000 babies are murdered a day.
Now the Supreme Court has taken up a monumental case that will decide if countless babies are saved or aborted.
Big Abortion is trying to shut down the competition – pro-life pregnancy centers that are giving mothers in need an alternative to abortion. New pro-abortion laws are forcing these pro-life centers to promote free (taxpayer-funded) abortion.
Those working to save lives must now promote death. It’s unconscionable.
Now we’re preparing to file one of the most important Supreme Court amicus briefs we’ve ever filed. It will directly impact how our pro-life pregnancy centers case pending at the Supreme Court is decided.
The choice at the Supreme Court is stark. Babies will be saved or killed. You could be the difference.
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Today, the ACLJ submitted its formal public legal comment in support of a new pro-life rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that strengthens bans on taxpayer funding for abortion and requires insurance companies to inform you – the customer – if their plans cover...
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