The Supreme Court’s Abortion Pill Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court will allow the abortion pill to remain on the market as legal proceedings questioning the Food and Drug Administration’s approval continue, showing that there is still a long way to go when it comes to ensuring women and children are protected from the abortion industry.  In an unsigned April 21 ruling,

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Abortion chain with history of violations opens another clinic in New Mexico

An abortion chain with a long history of health and safety violations just opened another facility in New Mexico, announcing that it plans to commit abortions throughout the second trimester, with a “starting goal” of 75 patients each week.  The Whole Woman’s Health abortion facility in New Mexico intends to commit surgical abortions up to

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New Bill Would Hold Abortionists Accountable for Failing to Report Sex Trafficking

While proponents of abortion frequently argue that the practice empowers women to make decisions about their futures, Reprotection is well aware that, far too often, abusers and criminals use abortion as a tool to exploit women.  Tragically, the staff at abortion facilities, who are in a unique position to save women trapped in dangerous situations

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Notorious Chicago Abortion Facility Injures Another Woman

A Chicago abortion facility with a history of malpractice, including the wrongful death of a 13-year-old girl, called 911 after a woman who had been sedated with a powerful drug didn’t wake up after a surgical abortion.  911 records provided to Operation Rescue by the Pro-Life Action League show that, on December 6, 2022, the

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There’s Nothing ‘Heroic’ About Killing Innocent Humans

Reprotection has worked tirelessly to expose the horrific misconduct taking place behind closed doors at abortion facilities, showcasing the tragic loss of life and irreparable harm inflicted by an unregulated, profit-driven industry. There is nothing celebratory about an entire group of innocent children being denied their right to be protected from violence, and those who

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Teen pressure into abortion by clinic and social service agent

The case involving a social service organization that allegedly helped a Virginia-based abortion facility pressure a 15-year-old girl to abort her pregnancy is a solemn reminder of why there must be accountability in the abortion industry to prevent the victimization of women. According to a lawsuit filed by the teenager’s parents, the Dickenson County Department

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Learn about Our Client Safety Advocacy Training

Have you ever had a client share with you a concerning experience they had at a local abortion facility Unfortunately, many women end up in unsafe or dangerous situations at these facilities, leaving them feeling angry, confused, or hurt. If you hear a serious allegation against a local abortion facility, what should you do? In

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Florida Abortion Facility Ordered to Pay $7,000 in Fines

Reprotection commends a Florida state agency for enforcing the law and protecting women by taking action against a negligent abortion facility, resulting in the clinic having to pay $7,000 in fines.  A GYN Diagnostic Center in Hialeah, Florida, will pay the fine under a settlement agreement with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. Initially,

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Pressure to Abort Linked to Higher Mental Health Issues

A new study raises concerns about the abortion industry’s enabling of those who threaten or coerce women into having abortions and the long-term side effects they face afterward.  Over 60 percent of women who had abortions report high levels of pressure to abort from one or more sources, and those same women report higher levels

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Planned Parenthood Lies About Late Term Abortions

A recent Planned Parenthood Action Fund blog post claimed that the phrase “late-term abortion” is “pure anti-abortion propaganda” intended to “shame people who have abortions.” Except, there is plenty of evidence that abortionists perform abortions on healthy women carrying healthy babies despite the corporation’s claims.  In September, Melissa Block of National Public Radio spoke with

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