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41 U.S. cities ban abortion as Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn

 By Diana Chandler - Posted at The Pathway: LONGVIEW, Texas (BP) – There are 41 local governments across the United States that have adopted ordinances banning abortions and declaring themselves Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn since the grassroots movement launched in 2019, movement founder Mark Lee Dickson said. Dickson was on hand when Mason, Ohio, a town of about 33,000 people 30 minutes northeast of Cincinnati, became the latest city to declare itself a sanctuary for the unborn. The Mason City Council adopted the ordinance by a 4-3 vote Oct. 25. “When I meet people who are interested in outlawing abortion in their city I always ask them if their community is ready for such a task. I ask them about what resources they have in their community to help women who find themselves in an unexpected pregnancy and I ask them if the area churches are involved in supporting those local efforts,” Dickson said Tuesday (Nov. 2). “If they do not have that in line, then they have some work to do.”

'Fight to protect our daughters'

Missouri is among 26 states (in orange) that would ban abortion if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. Missouri's neighbor, Illinois (in white), is not expected to ban abortion even with the removal of Roe v. Wade. (Guttmacher Institute image)  By Don Hinkle - Posted at The Pathway: Pro-life Missourians to challenge Illinois law allowing minors to get abortions without parental consent JEFFERSON CITY – Illinois Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker will soon sign a bill into law that undermines parental authority by repealing a law requiring parents or guardians be notified when girls younger than 18 are referred to abortionists. The move by Illinois lawmakers is likely to trigger a legislative, and perhaps a legal, challenge from Missouri since it will undercut pro-life legislation signed into law in 2019 by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson. That law requires written parental consent before girls under the age of 18 can get an abortion in Missouri. It does not apply to minors traveling t


Planned Parenthood's abortionist "Dr" Harvey Brown was sued after committing an "abortion" on a woman despite being told by her to stop before he started.  Abby Johnson 'Exposing Planned Parenthood's Appalling Secret!'   Sep 10, 2021 From Columbia Christians for Life: [As reported by Abby Johnson in her video; and/or as contained in Kimberly Burgess' lawsuit]  Before "Dr" Harvey Brown started to perform the "abortion", Kimberly Burgess expressly told Harvey Brown she did not want to go through with the "abortion", and wanted it to be stopped.  "Dr" Brown slapped Kimberly Burgess on her thigh three times very hard, and said, "Shut up before you run off my clients."  Harvey Brown then inserted some type of vacuum instrument inside Kimberly Burgess and committed the "abortion".  After the "abortion", Kimberly Burgess experienced serious complications

Reflections: A Busy Day at the Murder Mill

 By Geoffrey Kirkland - Posted at Vassal of the King: As I do every Tuesday for my lunch hour, I went to a local abortion clinic in Granite City, IL (Hope Clinic for Women). I’ve been going there for nearly 8 years preaching the Word of God, pleading with women to not murder their babies, offering to adopt their babies and walk with them every step of the way, and offering free ultrasounds (through a pregnancy center close by and a mobile medical unit right on site). Today was similar to other Tuesdays in that many women flooded in. In fact, I think there were at least 25 women that I saw go into Hope Clinic for Women. It is one of the largest hubs of murder mills in the central midwest area. Tuesday often brings women who are late term who have come for the kill. It’s terrifying and evil. It’s saddening and maddening all at the same time. It was busy. Very busy. I drove up and arrived about 5 minutes before they usually start their “business”. When I walked up to the front of the park

Ohio lawmakers introduce abortion bill that goes further than Texas law

By Mychael Schnell - Posted at The Hill: “The sanctity of human life, born and preborn, must be preserved in Ohio,” Powell said, according to “The 2363 Act is about protecting our fundamental, constitutional right to be born and live. Abortion kills children, scars families, and harms women. We can and must do better.” Ohio Republicans introduced a bill on Wednesday that calls for a total ban on abortions in the state, reaching farther than the Texas “heartbeat” law that is currently under examination by the Supreme Court. The bill, called the 2363 Act , which the lawmakers said is the number of children lost to abortion everyday in the U.S., seeks to ban all abortions in Ohio and, like the Texas law, empower “any person” to bring civil action against an individual who performs and abortion or “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion.” Read more...

Justices order court to reconsider ruling on abortion mandate

 By Tom Strode - Posted at Baptist Press: WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court signaled Monday (Nov. 1) its dissatisfaction with a lower court’s ruling on a state abortion mandate and ordered it to reconsider that decision in light of the justices’ unanimous opinion in support of religious freedom earlier this year. In the order, the high court nullified a New York court ruling against a Roman Catholic diocese. The diocese had challenged a state requirement that employers fund abortions in workers’ health insurance plans. The justices instructed the state court to reconsider its decision in light of their June opinion in Fulton v. Philadelphia. In that 9-0 ruling, the high court upheld a faith-based adoption and foster-care agency’s right to carry out its ministry according to its religious convictions. The justices agreed the city of Philadelphia violated the free exercise of religion by refusing to contract with Catholic Social Services because it does not place children with sam