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Pregnancy centers continue to serve despite attacks

NASHVILLE (BP)—Ongoing attacks on pregnancy resource centers and other pro-life organizations have presented security challenges, but they have not thwarted continuing, faith-based efforts to minister to women in need.

Baptist leaders applaud appeals court decision to reinstate Kentucky abortion trigger law

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--Kentucky Baptist Convention leaders rejoiced over a Monday state appeals court decision that overruled an injunction against the state's trigger abortion ban. The law had been blocked in court, allowing abortions to continue in Kentucky, since late June.

Kansas abortion amendment’s defeat prompts disappointment, resolve

NASHVILLE (BP)—A Southern Baptist ethics leader and other pro-life advocates expressed disappointment but resolve in response to the rejection by Kansas voters of an amendment to affirm the state constitution does not protect the right to abortion.

Jason Lovins shares story of being spared from abortion in new music video

NASHVILLE (BP) – Jason Lovins has shared his story of being spared from abortion to audiences across the country for years. But for the first time, the story is being told in video.

FIRST-PERSON: Why Roe is about more than just abortion

NASHVILLE (BP) – In the hours following the historic Dobbs decision, which recognized that the states have the right to make laws regulating the practice of elective abortion, moral panic ensued.

EXPLAINER: Why doctors are morally, professionally culpable in abortion

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP) – Steve Hammond was a 28-year-old OB/GYN resident who started performing abortions to earn some extra money and because, it turned out, he was especially good at it. According to his own reckoning he performed more than 700 abortions.

House OKs contraception bill despite religious liberty, abortion concerns

WASHINGTON (BP)—The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday (July 21) to protect contraceptive rights that opponents say will actually violate religious freedom and promote abortion.

Attorneys general warn Google not to limit search results for pro-life centers

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A month after some members of Congress urged Google to limit the appearance of pro-life pregnancy clinics in certain abortion-related search results, 17 Republican attorneys general are warning the company that doing so could invite investigations and possible legal action.

VP Harris compares pro-life laws to slavery

WASHINGTON (BP) – Vice President Kamala Harris made an apparent comparison between legislative efforts to protect preborn children and chattel slavery in America during a speech Monday (July 18).

House passes abortion bills in defiance of court, states

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. House of Representatives passed two far-reaching abortion rights bills Friday (July 15) that seek to repudiate a watershed ruling by the Supreme Court and defy pro-life protections enacted by the states.