Virginia Democrats Announce Desire to Make Virginia an Abortion Destination

On Tuesday, the North Carolina State Senate overrode a veto by Governor Roy Cooper on a bill to prevent abortions after 12 weeks. While this new law will save many lives in North Carolina, abortion remains legal before 12 weeks. Most abortions happen during the first 10 weeks of pregnancy. Now Virginia Democrats are announcing their ...

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More Abortion Businesses Allowed to Operate in Alexandria City

The Alexandria City Council has voted to allow abortion businesses to open in commercial and mixed-use areas thereby creating storefront abortion centers. The Council voted on Saturday after a heated public meeting during which many pro-life residents shared their opposition to the change. For over a week, the public had also been able to send messages ...

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Texas Court Acts Wisely on Dangerous Abortion Drug

The decision by U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk in the Northern District of Texas to issue a national injunction in the case brought by the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is wise and will save lives. “Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) commends this action because the abortion drug ...

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Tell Your State Senator and Delegate to Support the Governor’s Amendment!

The General Assembly will reconvene for “Veto Day” on April 12th, when they will attempt to again vote on a new budget for the Commonwealth. Several weeks ago, Governor Youngkin submitted his initial package of budget amendments to the General Assembly. One of the Governor’s amendments includes a provision to adopt the federal Hyde Amendment. The Hyde ...

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A Virginia Judge takes Virginia back a hundred years to dehumanize unborn children again.

In a dreadful ruling from Fairfax Circuit Judge Richard Gardiner, embryonic human beings are nothing more than property and therefore can be bought and sold. Judge Gardiner cited that the law in Virginia, which dates back to slavery days, does not prohibit the buying and selling of embryos therefore they are little more than “goods ...

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Pro-life Delegates Prevent Radical Right to Abortion Amendment from Passage in House of Delegates

After a week of debate on the house floor devoted to changing to the rules of the House of Delegates in Virginia; An effort led by pro-abortion Delegates to force a vote on the previously defeated “Right to Abortion” Amendment, has been defeated. Pro-abortion extremists in the House used the week of floor speeches to spread ...

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