The other pro-life movement

Death | Opponents work to stop the progress of assisted suicide in the United States
by Leah Hickman
Posted 11/16/20, 04:26 pm

This year, as a seventh country legalized euthanasia, 16 U.S. states considered bills that would allow doctors to prescribe lethal medication for terminally ill patients, according to the pro-euthanasia group Death with Dignity. In 2013, only eight state legislatures were looking at euthanasia proposals.

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Pro-abortion sneak attack

Abortion | Massachusetts governor says he will not fall for it
by Leah Hickman
Posted 11/16/20, 04:08 pm

The Massachusetts House approved a measure in the state budget on Thursday that would codify abortion rights in state law and open the door to infanticide. The Roe Act died in committee earlier this year, but the lawmakers attached it as an amendment to the budget.

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Polarized Poland

Abortion | Abortion ruling reveals division between traditional Polish values and the country’s progressives
by Leah Hickman
Posted 11/09/20, 05:45 pm

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators flooded cities across Poland for at least 10 consecutive days after the nation’s Constitutional Tribunal ruled on Oct. 22 that the law protects babies with abnormalities from abortion. Karolina Pawłowska, director of the pro-life Ordo Iuris International Law Center, watched as 3,000-4,000 pro-abortion protesters gathered outside her office building in historic Warsaw. The group of mostly women wearing dark clothing, masks, and the protest’s red lightning bolt symbol yelled vulgar words, and some said the pro-life office should be burned.

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