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  • Secular ProLife notes NARAL’s strong objection to a North Carolina bill which would add information on “the link between abortion and preterm birth” to school sex education curricula. Though even the pro-choice New York Times has reported on this link, NARAL has chosen to label it “propaganda.”
  • Down on the Pharm examines the case of Kristopher Del Campo, a DePaul University student who is facing expulsion for exposing the identities of 13 confessed vandals – all of them adults – who were caught on security cameras destroying an authorized pro-life club display. The student vandals (who have not been disciplined) were named in a report, which Del Campo then posted online.


  • While this year’s 40 Days for Life campaign faces opposition, prayer warriors have seen at least 245 babies saved from abortion. Participants at a Washington Planned Parenthood event said they were greeted by several pro-choice protestors – but their protest didn’t quite go as planned:

    [One] prayer volunteer asked a group of about eight of them “what exactly they were protesting, since abortion on demand has been a legal reality for forty years…[.] Why should our prayers bother them? In my spirit I knew the real reason,” he said. “It is the shame and guilt that they are protesting.”

    “One lady was yelling at us…. [T]hen I spoke with her and told her my abortion story,” said yet another vigil participant, who’d had an abortion at this facility a number of years ago. “She ended up taking one of our balloons and hugging me and crying and left with lots more information about better services.”

  • ProWomanProLife says a politician in Japan has suggested banning abortion in the country as a way to combat their national birth dearth and subsequent economic trouble.
  • Stand True documents the 14th known botched abortion since 2008 at Southwestern Women’s Options in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the “grossly negligent” late-term abortionist Shelley Sella practices her trade. Pro-life activists were able to confirm that on March 1, the clinic called an ambulance company instead of 911 for this emergency, despite the fact that this can cause delays and is supposedly against the clinic’s own policy.
  • Alveda King adds her own perspective on the recently-released study showing a large increase in breast cancer among young women.
  • Right to Life of Michigan posts a video from CNN on the hug that revolutionized the way hospitals treat premature infants:

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