Children’s Health Defense and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Wednesday filed an amicus brief opposing last week’s ruling by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito pausing an order that would have restricted the Biden administration from communicating with social media companies.
'It's a powerful commercial that exposes the ludicrous way in which the abortion industry and its political and media allies dehumanize children in the womb using language,' Campaign Life Coalition's Jack Fonseca reacted.
The Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had originally sided with USPS, ruling that Gerald Groff’s refusal to work on Sundays 'imposed on his coworkers, disrupted the workplace and workflow, and diminished employee morale.'
'Though the amendments do not resolve all our concerns, the changes to HB 2002 retain protections for parents and children–born and unborn–that would have been removed. I hope this is the beginning of Oregon’s political leaders walking toward more protections for unborn Oregonians.'