January 19-21 - Washington DC - March for Life, Buses depart from several locations throughout the St. Louis area. Open for ages 7-107. For more information and to register online visit: www.MissouriLifeCaravan.org
WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) – The first March for Life since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade will take place on January 20, 2023. For the first time since the annual human rights gathering began, states are free to pass their own pro-life laws.
And Washington, D.C.’s draconian mask and abortion-tainted vaccine mandates are in the rear view mirror (for now).
Click here for a list of events surrounding the 2023 March for Life. Please note some require advance registration.
(LifeSiteNews) – Following the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) loosening abortion pill distribution regulations, America’s top pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens announced their plans to dispense the lethal drugs.
On Tuesday, the FDA updated its website to reflect new guidelines on abortion pill access, which now allows retail pharmacies to carry mifepristone which, used alongside misoprostol, causes the deaths of unborn babies at early stages of development. Pharmacies can become certified to distribute the drug by completing an agreement form, as previously reported by LifeSiteNews.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— On Tuesday, January 3rd, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) updated labeling for mifepristone (generic for Mifeprex) that would allow pharmacies (both online and brick and mortar) to dispense the drug.
In issuing the new regulations, the FDA formalized a decision made in 2021 to permanently drop the in-person requirement for the distribution of the abortion pill.
“The abortion industry wants to put at risk perfectly healthy mothers who are pregnant with perfectly healthy babies,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. “None of these changes make this process safer for the woman. What these changes do is make the process easier and cheaper for the abortion industry.”
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is altering patient safety information regarding a popular oral contraceptive in response to pro-life objections that it can end pregnancy.
Only days ago, the “morning after” pill, Plan B One-Step, was known to damage a woman’s uterine lining, preventing a developing baby from implanting in the womb. In other words, the drug could cause an abortion.
However, FDA now says Plan B One-Step does not have abortifacient potential after all. That’s because the U.S. Supreme Court decided to end federal protections for abortion in June, and Plan B’s former product labeling has proven confusing to customers, says FDA.
Updates to the labeling are intended to “reduce barriers to use of the legally marketed approved product,” reads an agency statement. It’s convenient timing: SCOTUS hands down a ruling that affects sales of a pharmaceutical drug, so FDA swoops in to save the day.
Plan B One-Step is a pill that women can take within 72 hours of intercourse to prevent pregnancy. It releases a synthetic hormone, levonorgestrel, which discourages ovulation — the release of an egg from an ovary. According to product literature, that is one way in which it acts to inhibit a woman from becoming pregnant.
Additionally, per Mosby’s annual Nursing Drug Reference manual, the medication also alters a woman’s uterine lining to prevent a pregnancy from developing. The uterine damage affects pregnancy post-fertilization (i.e., after conception, when a new life already exists). This abortifacient potential is characteristic of all progestins — of which levonorgestrel is one example — and has been recognized since the drug came into widespread medical use in the early 1970s.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) — A toxicology expert with over 30 years of scientific experience issued a stark warning about the potential reproductive harm she believes could be caused by the mRNA COVID jabs. She said more research is needed to determine the shots’ effects on reproduction.
Dr. Janci Lindsay warned that the COVID-19 jabs could “potentially sterilize an entire generation” or else “be passed on to next generations as inadvertent gene transfer.”
Accordingly, Lindsay argued that it is “absolutely irresponsible to continue any of these shots” for children and people of child-bearing age “without investigating this,” explaining “there is no way that we can say at this point that they are safe nor effective.”
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