AG Becerra Urges Trump Adminstration to Allow Fetal Tissue Research, Claiming it Could Help Find A Cure for COVID-19

Last Wednesday, the Department of Health and Human Services restricted the use of federal funds for research using fetal tissue from abortions. Wasting no time in response, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, along with 15 other Attorneys General, sent a letter on Thursday to President Trump and the Department of…

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Planned Parenthood Sponsors Bill to Force Insurance Companies to Keep Secrets from Parents

One of Planned Parenthood’s priority bills in California this year requires health insurance companies to hide from parents “sensitive” medical procedures given to their adult and minor children. These “sensitive” services, as defined by SB 1004, include abortions; drug abuse and mental health treatment; and under certain circumstanced transgender hormones…

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March for Life Partnered with the California Family Council Announces 2020 California March for Life

National March for Life released for following announcement. First-ever official California March for Life to take place in Sacramento on June 23rd, 2020 SACRAMENTO, CA – March for Life is honored to partner with the California Family Council to organize the first ever official California March for Life on June 23rd, 2020…

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CA Pro-Life Student Vindicated in Free Speech Case Against the Nation's Largest University

A federal lawsuit against the California State University – San Marcos concluded last week after university officials agreed to change student fee policies for its 23 CSU campuses and pay $240,000 in fines for violating the constitutional rights of Students for Life leader Nathan Apodaca. Nathan filed a lawsuit back…

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Feds Say CA Breaking the Law: Threatens to Pull Funding Over Abortion Coverage Mandate

The Trump administration is clamping down on California for forcing private insurance companies to provide abortion coverage in every medical insurance plan, a violation of federal law. The announcement came this morning from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR) right before President…

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