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The February issue of National Right to Life News is in your in-box

by | Jan 31, 2024

By Dave Andrusko

As I’ve said many times, the day we published the monthly edition of National Right to Life News—in this case February— is the best day of the month for me.

In 45-pages, we cover everything from our endorsement of pro-life former President Trump to the Democrats who think they have “found their voice on abortion” in Vice President Kamala Harris to National Right to Life’s strong support for bills Helping Women and Families, Pregnant and Parenting Students to the drying up of funding to underwrite abortions a year and a half after Dobbs decision.

The front page illustrates the breadth and depth of the stories NRL News’s covers.  We start with NRL’s strong endorsement of former President Trump.

“National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Donald J. Trump for President. In his first term, President Trump demonstrated extraordinary leadership and delivered historic results on behalf of vulnerable unborn children and their mothers,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. “Thanks to President Trump, the American people and their elected representatives on the state and federal levels now have greater authority to determine abortion policy and pass meaningful protections for unborn children and their mothers.”

On the bottom half of the front page, we read how National Right to Life, along with many other pro-life pro-family organizations, strongly support H.R. 6918—The Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Women and Families Act—and H.R.6914—The Pregnant Students’ Rights Act. Unfortunately, there were no votes from Democrats for the bills that passed the House along party lines.

South Carolina Citizens for Life Celebrated a very Successful 50th Jubilee Anniversary. MCCL attracted thousands to the state capitol and featured a display of 12,000 life-size models of unborn children, each baby representing one life lost to abortion in 2022 alone.

Melissa Ohden is known by pro-lifers all over the world. She survived a saline abortion in 1977. In 2012 Melissa founded The Abortion Survivors Network (ASN), which has connected with more than 700 abortion survivors, friends, and family members.

I interviewed Melissa about her new book: “Abortion Survivors Break Their Silence.” Her comments were honest, poignant, and helped me understand more about abortion survivors. When you read Abortion Survivors Break Their Silence: An invaluable resource in Post-Roe America, I have no doubt you will purchase the book.

There are many other stories we’ll talk about over the next couple of days. Be sure to dig in.

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