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Good essay by Arthur Goldberg on Assisted Suicide in US and Canada

Here is a link to a good essay in Public Discourse by Arthur Goldberg on assisted suicide in the US and Canada. In the essay, he discusses a congressional resolution that has been introduced expressing opposition to assisted suicide. Here is his concluding paragraph: “Because secular humanism is attempting to replace G-d as the final moral […]

Fall 2017 issue of the UFL newsletter is now available

Here is a link to the fall 2017 issue of ProVita, the newsletter of University Faculty for Life. Many thanks to Margaret Hughes for her great work in editing the newsletter!!!

Australian state legalizes assisted suicide

Here is a report in the National Right to Life News about the Australian state of Victoria’s legalization of assisted suicide. Previous legalization efforts in other Australian states have failed. The vast majority of legalization efforts in the US have failed too. There is certainly not an inexorable move in favor of legalization but the passage of this […]

Texas AG to Appeal Ruling Invalidating Law Banning Dismemberment Abortions

Here is an article from LifeNews about Attorney General Ken Paxton’s decision to appeal the decision  by a federal district court judge holding Texas’s ban Ion dismemberment abortions unconstitutional. Paxton stated: “No just society should tolerate the tearing of living human beings to pieces.” Paxton added that the law is constitutional, “treats the unborn with dignity and respect […]

Ohio Senate Passes Bill Banning Abortions of Babies with Down Syndrome

Here is a story from LifeNews about this encouraging development. The Ohio Senate has now passed this bill; the Ohio House has already passed a similar bill.

States Sue to Force Little Sisters of the Poor to Fund Abortions

Here is a story from LifeNews about this continuing saga. The Trump Administration announced that it would end the HHS Mandate. Now, California and Pennsylvania have filed lawsuits seeking to take away the exemptions for the Little Sisters of the Poor and others. Here is information from Becket, which is representing the Sisters.