The Centers for Disease Control released their 2019 abortion statistics report a few days ago. These annual reports lag a couple years, and the CDC numbers depend on reports from the states. While not every state reports data (California, Maryland, and New Hampshire routinely refuse), 
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No, we don’t have a prediction for you. But find out what was said at the oral arguments today in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and reach your own conclusion. The Two Main Issues The issue at stake in Dobbs is Roe v. Wade 
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Grand Rapids, MI — Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, beginning at 10 a.m. The case involves Mississippi’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. In accepting the case, the Supreme Court announced 
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Adoption is Heroic November is National Adoption Awareness Month. We often say adoption is a wonderful and loving option, but it certainly could be described as “heroic.” We received this letter, written by a student as a class assignment to write an essay about a 
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We look forward to this time of year as it’s a time for family, giving, being thankful, and celebrating. We may spend extra time on the Thanksgiving turkey this year because our in-laws are coming from out of town, and we want to go all 
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November is National Adoption Awareness Month. You can celebrate and bring awareness to adoption by sharing the stories of people who have been impacted by adoption. This is a great opportunity for churches and schools to get involved by sharing their own community’s stories. Most 
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Download brochure PDF When an abortionist rips off the arm of a baby, can she feel it? The question of fetal pain is very important. Obviously, the unborn child is a human being, developing in the womb. At what point can these children feel pain? 
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Since the 1980s, October has been Down Syndrome Awareness Month. For the past five decades, October has been a time for the abilities and accomplishments of people with Down syndrome to be celebrated. Not just this month, but every day, we celebrate the accomplishment of 
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Lansing, MI — News outlets reported that Governor Whitmer will be vetoing each prolife provision from the 2022 state budget. The vetoed funding included $16 million for prolife initiatives including money for pregnancy centers, adoption advertising, and on-campus assistance for pregnant and parenting students. The 
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Lansing, MI — Today, the Michigan Legislature passed the 2022 state budget, which includes several new prolife provisions. Right to Life of Michigan President Barbara Listing said, “Our prolife leadership in the Legislature understands the need to invest in pregnancy help as an alternative to 
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