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Abortion Center Will Close Down After Louisiana Bans Abortion

The Hope Medical Group for Women, which has been killing babies in Louisiana since 1980, will close down now that the state bans abortions.

Indiana House Overwhelmingly Passes Bill to Ban Abortions, Save Unborn Babies

Indiana is closer to becoming the next state to protect babies from abortions.

Supreme Court Allows End to ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a 5-4 decision that the Biden administration can repeal the Trump administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols, commonly known as...

North Dakota’s Abortion Ban Will Go Into Effect on July 28 to Save Babies From Abortions

Babies will be protected from abortions in just one month when the abortion ban North Dakota has already passed will go into effect following the Supreme Court’s monumental decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Stops Killing Babies in Tennessee as New Abortion Ban Expected

The Planned Parenthood abortion business has stopped killing babies in Nashville as the state of Tennessee is expected to secure approval from federal courts to enforce its heartbeat law that bans abortions when the heartbeat of an unborn baby is detectable.

Right to Same-Sex Marriage Next to Go?

High court says "the right to same-sex marriage—should be revisited."

Pair of Supreme Court Rulings Make It More Difficult to Challenge Immigration Policies

The Supreme Court issued rulings in two related cases on Monday that will make it much harder for noncitizens to challenge U.S. immigration policies in court.

Victory for Ted Cruz as Supreme Court Rebuffs Biden Administration, Strikes Down Campaign Spending Rule

In a 6-3 vote the Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional a campaign finance rule regulating the repayment of loans by a candidate to his own campaign, handing a win on May 16 to Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who challenged the Federal Election Commission (FEC) regulation.

U.S. Supreme Court Backs Ted Cruz, Dumps Campaign Finance Curb

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday further undermined campaign finance restrictions, striking down as a free speech violation part of a bipartisan 2002 law challenged by Republican Senator Ted Cruz that federal officials had touted as an anti-corruption safeguard.

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