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Abortion History – 1972

Did you know? 1972 By year’s end a total of 13 states have an ALI-type law. Four states allow abortion on demand. Mississippi allows abortion for rape and incest [1966] while Alabama allows abortion for the mother’s physical health [1954]. […]

Save a Heart this Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day!! Help save a heart today by donating to the Right to Life – LIFESPAN Educational Fund this Valentine’s Day. Go to www.milifespan.org/donate to give today!

Abortion History – 1971

Did you know? 1971 Apr. 21: The U.S. Supreme Court rules on its first case involving abortion in United States v. Vuitch, upholding a District of Columbia law permitting abortion only to preserve a woman’s life or “health.” However, the […]

The Pre-born Child – A Quick Timeline

By the time a pre-born child is… 18 DAYS: Baby’s heart beats 42 DAYS: Baby’s brain waves are detected 52 DAYS: Baby hiccups and yawns 8 WEEKS: All of Baby’s organs function 9 WEEKS: Baby has fingerprints 10 WEEKS: Baby […]

Abortion History – 1970

Did you know? 1970 Apr. 11: New York allows abortion on demand up to the 24th week of pregnancy, as Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller signs a bill repealing the state’s 1830 law that banned abortion after quickening except to save […]

Abortion History – 1967

Did you know? 1967 Apr. 25: Colorado Gov. John A. Love signs the first “liberalized” ALI-model abortion law in the United States, allowing abortion in cases of permanent mental or physical disability of either the child or mother or in […]

Abortion History – 1959

Did you know? The American Law Institute (ALI) proposes a model penal code for state abortion laws. The code advocates legalizing abortion for reasons including the mental or physical health of the mother, pregnancy due to rape and incest, and […]