'The only part of the state’s near-total protection for life that the court found could still be challenged is the law ensuring women see a physician in person before receiving chemical abortion drugs,' Alliance Defending Freedom wrote.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled Friday to preserve access to the chemical abortion-inducing pill mifepristone while a lawsuit against the drug works its way through the federal court system. LifeSiteNews Senior Correspondent Jim Hale was at the Supreme Court with other pro-life advocates to catch reactions in anticipation of SCOTUS’ ruling on the chemical abortion pill. Hale was joined at SCOTUS by pro-life leader Mark Lee Dickson, Founder of Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn Initiative, who described how the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the abortion industry have been acting in total violation […]
'They’re passing these babies into the toilet, fully formed babies – 12, 14, 16 weeks along in their pregnancy – possibly hemorrhaging in their bathroom, unable to get to an emergency care facility, looking in the toilet and seeing their fully formed baby floating there in the toilet.'
Covenant House has a history of taking girls to abortion clinics, it has a universal policy forcing staff to address children by their 'preferred pronouns' and allowing them to dress in whatever manner is most comfortable to them, and it is providing and promoting all forms of contraception