Democratic politicians likely will not abandon their support for late-term abortion, unless it begins to damage their electoral chances.
A new study shows that the pro-life movement is finding success at the state level, with the help of female Republicans.
Statistics indicate that pro-life political, educational, and service efforts have been effective.
According to new statistics, between 2014 and 2015, the number of abortions declined by 2 percent, and the abortion rate declined by about 4 percent.
Polling indicates that a majority of Americans supports limiting abortion, but we still need more data.
Samuel Abrams recently published a New York Times op-ed about ideological bias among university administrators.
West Virginia's Amendment 1 should inspire pro-life activists in other states to use direct democracy to enact protections for the preborn.