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.
Senators Push Back on Use of Federal Law Enforcement to Investigate Concerned Parents
30 senators have introduced a resolution supporting the right of parents to be the leading voice in the education of their children.
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.
Private Employers Challenge President Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
This blatant exploitation of federal law is an attempt to force employers, even private and religious employers, to submit to medical procedures just because they have a job.
Former Obama Education Official is Back And Poised to Pick Up Where She Left Off
Catherine Lhamon’s confirmation to this position is cause for concern because of how she operated the last time she held this position, under the Obama Administration.
Can a Court Dictate How a Christian College Carries Out Its Mission?
The First Amendment protects the right of religious colleges to freely exercise their faith, including deciding who teaches the faith in their classrooms.
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.