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My Adoption Story

By Julia Wall, Intern The funny thing about adoption is that no story is ever “typical.” Although love is always interwoven throughout an adoption journey, details are unique to every family who has grown through adoption. My journey, like so many others, is one-of-a-kind, full of love, and something I’m proud to share. I grew …

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Respect Life Month: A Reflection on Human Dignity and Chronic Illness

by Chelsea Duffy At twenty-five years old, I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. It is a chronic illness caused by my immune system attacking the walls of my colon. The symptoms are painful, unpleasant, and bathroom-related, so I’ll let you Google them on your own time. Developing a so-called “bathroom disease” in my twenties was …

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What is the Mexico City Policy? And Why Should Taxpayers Care?

By Julia Wall, Intern Do you want to personally pay for the murder of unborn children internationally? 100 million taxpayer dollars are on the line each year. They could either support foreign abortion clinics or fund life-affirming healthcare practices. Currently, pro-life policy under the Trump adminstration protects both innocent life and your taxdollars. The Mexico …

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What is the Hyde Amendment? And Why Should Taxpayers Care?

By Ameillia Wedward, Intern Your tax dollars pay for many important government services, but do you want your dollars to fund the termination of our most vulnerable?  If you’d rather that your money doesn’t contribute to abortion, then you have the Hyde Amendment to thank. On September 30th, 1976, just three years after Roe v. …

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NICU Awareness Month: A Grandmother’s Story of Resilience and Hope

By Susan Hundley Sullivan For expecting parents, the words spoken often are “We just want a healthy baby.” As they plan for their baby, the usual preparations are regular visits with an obstetrician, choosing a pediatrician, setting up the nursery, shopping for cute little outfits, deciding on a name, and eventually bringing home their little …

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How to be a Pro-Life College Student: Use Logic, Love, and Perseverance

By Ameillia Wedward, Intern If you’ve ever felt like you need to balance your convictions with your social environment, you just might be a pro-life college student. Hey, me too! I’m passionately pro-life, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be to stand boldly for my beliefs on my college campus. Moving into a …

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Life Always Wins

By Kristen Nupson, Legislative/PAC Director Life is a winning issue.   History has shown that a culture that does not value life cannot survive.   Last week at the Democratic National Convention, the issue of abortion was not once explicitly mentioned. Democrats, especially Joe Biden, know that to acknowledge the party’s platform on “reproductive rights” is …

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Policy vs. Personality

By Heather Weininger, Executive Director As we approach the election, tensions are running high. This year, there seems to be more political division. Everyone has a platform, and everyone has an opinion. This can lead to dialogue and growth, but it oftentimes just results in broken relationships. Many friends of the life movement have reached …

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