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- Reproductive Research Audit lists in detail the multiple flaws found in a recent study which claims chemical (non-surgical) abortions are safe.
- Stand True discusses the two lawsuits filed against Planned Parenthood in Chicago for the wrongful death of 24-year-old Tonya Reaves, who was left bleeding for five hours following an incomplete abortion. Despite outrage expressed by the Black Pro-Life Coalition, the media and other black leaders have remained silent on Reaves’ death.
- Secular Pro-Life reports that the former executive director of the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association, Scott Richard Swirling (pictured left), “has been arrested for attempting to arrange a sexual encounter with a twelve-year-old girl”:
Sexual predators who impregnate underage girls rely on cooperative abortion clinics to cover up their crimes. As Live Action, Life Dynamics, and others have documented, Planned Parenthood abortion clinics frequently fail to comply with mandatory reporting laws. The National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association strongly supports taxpayer funding for abortion clinics. Many Planned Parenthood affiliates are NFPRHA members.
- Reflections of a Paralytic refers readers to the Becket Fund’s resource page for up-to-date information regarding the many lawsuits filed against the HHS contraceptive mandate.
- Right to Life of Michigan says the recent closing of a Muskegon abortion clinic for fire violations and unsanitary conditions points to the fact that the inspection of abortion facilities is sorely lacking.
- Pro-Life Action League suggests pro-lifers consider sharing their personal abortion stories with the Daily Beast, which has requested submissions to publish during the week of the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
- ProLifeBlogs links to Life Report, which shares the following video by Fr. Frank Pavone on what pastors and priests might consider for their sermons on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, January 20: