After much anticipation, the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) updated their guidelines on human embryo research limits. It’s worse than some speculated; instead, it’s a full-throated endorsement of “fetal farming.” The ISSCR isn’t a government or legal body, but many stem cell researchers 
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***Editor’s Note: Bridget Bogan won 4th place at National Right to Life Jane B. Thompson Oratory Contest. Congratulations Bridget! Our 32nd Annual High School Oratory Contest was held Saturday, May 22, at New Hope Community Church in Charlotte. This year we had 18 contestants who 
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Ideas matter. Words matter even more. What is the difference between being “prolife” and “pro-entire life”? Sadly, Christians today are suggesting that being “pro-entire life” is a more wholistic, correct and perhaps a more enlightened understanding of the biblical teaching of “You shall not kill.” 
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Grand Rapids, MI — On May 17, the U.S. Supreme Court took up the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The case involves Mississippi’s ban on abortion past 15 weeks of pregnancy. The central question of the case is whether a state can ban 
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The budget for the state of Michigan isn’t due until the end of September, but our Legislature is in the midst of the process for hammering out a budget proposal for 2022. This year, prolife leadership is working on several prolife provisions in the budget, 
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The nation was shocked in 2015 when the Center for Medical Progress released a series of undercover videos exposing the existence and abuses of the fetal tissue industry. At the time, many people found it rightly unconscionable that the Abortion Industry was selling pieces of 
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On April 29th, the Right to Life Michigan affiliate in Plymouth hosted a successful and informative event for prolife advocates, pastors, and church staff; it was called “Shepherding a Culture of Life,” and the event featured several speakers and a pastor panel. The primary presenter 
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Lansing, MI — A ban on targeted abortions was introduced Thursday in the Michigan House. House Bills 4737 & 4738 would ban abortions targeted at babies not just diagnosed with Down syndrome, but any disability, as well as babies targeted for reasons of sex or 
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On September 28, 2000, the Food and Drug Administration abandoned the healing purpose of medicine and entered the business of death when it approved the drug RU-486 for use in the United States. Now, two decades later, they have walked even further down that road 
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Thousands of years ago, the Persians on the edges of the Indian jungles told stories of the fearsome Manticore. The beast—which they believed preferred to eat human flesh—was said to have the head of a man, the body of a lion, and the tail of 
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