It's hard to believe, but over the last six years, 18 pro-life laws have been enacted in the state of Ohio. In that same time, half of Ohio's abortion facilities have closed or curtailed their services, and abortions have plummeted 25 percent!
Great news! Just a little bit ago, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, 11-9. But the committee vote is only half the battle. Now, Judge Gorsuch will face the full Senate in what is promising to be a dramatic showdown later this week.
This morning, the Center for Medical Progress released a new undercover video in which a Planned Parenthood abortionist describes how much force it takes to dismember an unborn baby.
Today the U.S. House is expected to vote on H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act of 2017--legislation which will eliminate the abortion-subsidizing provisions of Obamacare and cut hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood.
This morning, confirmation hearings began for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Now, we are asking YOU to contact our Senators' offices and ask them to confirm Judge Gorsuch.
Every year, we are humbled and impressed by the pro-life advocates who join us to advocate for human life at Pro-life Legislative Day. From all across the state, pro-lifers come to Columbus to tell our lawmakers why we need pro-life laws. Their presence is a testament to the grave importance of this issue, and their advocacy is a reminder of what it really means to be a voice for the voiceless.
Three important opportunities are on the horizon for pregnancy centers, and you don't want to miss them!
In December, Governor John Kasich signed Ohio Right to Life's Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, protecting 20-week pain-capable babies from the sting of abortion. Today, the Pain-Capable law takes effect in Ohio without one lawsuit from Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, or any of the other abortion facilities in the state!
Today, March 8 is recognized by the UN as International Women's Day. This year, the Women's March has labeled this day "A Day Without a Woman," urging women to "take the day off from paid and unpaid labor."