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March for Life in Washington showcases progress

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The nation’s capitol filled will pro-life individuals from across the nation Friday as the National March for Life got under way. While not getting the wall-to-wall coverage of the “women’s march”, the ...

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Vast majority of millennials support abortion limits

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A new poll finds that, in spite of a pro-abortion message pushed in pop culture, most millennials support restrictions for abortion. “Millennials have lived with the harsh realities of abortion all their ...

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Missouri’s Hartzler introduces bill to defund Planned Parenthood

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Missouri Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler  introduced a bill in the House this week to defund Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider. The bill would “place a one-year moratorium on all federal funding ...

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Missouri Right to Life lists legislative successes, looks at 2019

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As the 2019 legislative session kicks off, we reflect on what is now history and look ahead to begin making a future for those whose lives are in danger from abortion and ...

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Hollywood actress willing to risk it all for pro-life film, claims getting blacklisted ‘worth it’

Actress Ashley Bratcher has risked her career to star in a film that tells the story of a former Planned Parenthood employee who refused to refer any more babies for abortion after ...

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Youtube changes search results after too many pro-life videos appear

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A progressive writer was frustrated last week after she discovered a simple search for “abortion” on YouTube yielded a series of pro-life video results. April Glaser, a journalist for Slate, revealed via ...

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Kansas must fund Planned Parenthood after ruling

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Kansas must continue funding Planned Parenthood with state and Medicaid funding after a Supreme Court ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, Dec. 10 announced it has refused to hear an appeal ...

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Organizations serving women share ‘wish list’ for Christmas

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Looking to have a local impact with your giving this Christmas? Consider the great organizations that work in the pro-life area. Over the next two weeks, Metro Voice will publish the needs ...

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Sussie, one pound at birth, goes home for Christmas

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“I’ll be home for Christmas” will always have a special meaning for Sussie Bea Patrick. And no doubt chocolate bars will always be her favorite candy for this preemie. Born in June, ...

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Wichita abortion clinic challenges Kansas telemedicine law

Back in late April, Kansans for Life stood tall in a battle over a bill to expand “telemedicine” so as to reinforce the state law that requires that a doctor be physically ...

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‘My Pillow’ inventor donates $1 million to pro-life film

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I addition to his pillow, his donation may also help him sleep at night. The inventor of the “My Pillow,” Mike Lindell, is investing $1 million into the pro-life film “Unplanned.” “I’m ...

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Kansas City area State Senate and House Election Suggestions

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MISSOURI STATE SENATE   DISTRICT 8 – Lee’s Summit/Blue Springs/Independence/Eastern Jackson County Mike Cierpiot is our choice over his challenger, Hillary Shields. She is a professional paralegal and is also a community ...

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Facebook censor ads featuring preemie babies

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The social media giant Facebook removed and rejected a pro-life group’s election advertisements featuring the stories of two preemie babies who survived births. The Susan B. Anthony List, a national pro-life advocacy ...

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Is policitcs driving Gosnell movie’s removal from theaters?

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The filmmakers behind “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” have questioned why hundreds of theaters have dropped the pro-life movie despite a very strong opening performance. They also shared various ...

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‘Gosnell’ is a good movie, not a sermon says director

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The film “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” opened in theaters on Oct. 12 in the top 10 nationwide in only 20 percent of the theaters that bigger movies showed. ...

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