Marriage & Family
U.S. Supreme Court Should Affirm That Life Is a Human Right in Key Abortion Case
Mississippi’s law is common sense. But predictably, abortion activists have labeled it as extreme.
In Her Own Words: Barronelle's Legal Journey Comes to an End
"I hope my case has helped draw some attention to the danger this growing intolerance poses for all of us."
Illinois Legislature Votes to Let Minors Access Abortion Without Parental Notice
Beginning next summer in Illinois, minors will be able to undergo an abortion without parental involvement.
What You Need to Know About One of the Biggest Abortion Cases Since Roe v. Wade
The reality is that our federal abortion laws are stuck in the past. So, it makes sense that Mississippi would want its state law to reflect our modern scientific knowledge.
Scientific Advances in Prenatal Medicine Call for a Change in Abortion Law
Since 1973, when Roe was decided, we have made huge advances in science as well as prenatal medicine and technology. Yet, our abortion laws remain stuck in the past.
People of Faith Aren’t Second-Class Citizens
Governmental discrimination against people of faith sadly doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
New Hope Family Services Back in Court as New York Continues to Attack Religious Organizations
New York State refuses to respect or even tolerate sincere faith beliefs and has launched a new attack against New Hope.