A law dean at the University of California-Berkeley criticized a recent pro-life bill that was signed into law, saying that it was unconstitutional and he was concerned that conservative justices would overturn Roe v. Wade.
A small college in Montana is at odds with a Students for Life chapter’s plans to do a “Planned Parenthood Truth Tour” to show students the real side of the abortion organization.
A pro-life, Christian speaker claimed she was disinvited from a debate on abortion because of her Christian beliefs about human sexuality.
A self-proclaimed Christian feminist professor at Elon University gave a lecture at Emory University, claiming abortion is a “moral good.”
A Notre Dame professor claimed that pro-life activists are white supremacists, in comments during a ‘Reverse Roe’ event on the college campus.
An event during the University of Maine’s ‘sex week’ claimed that crisis pregnancy clinics were not true medical clinics.
A student chapter president for a pro-life chapter was escorted from a Planned Parenthood event by a staffer because the staffer felt she was a ‘safety concern,’ despite the student’s desire to see the other side of the abortion issue.
California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have mandated abortion pills be provided by California state universities, which handed the pro-life movement a victory.
At Ball State University, pro-life students pushed for better parking spots for pregnant women and were able to secure permits for students who are soon-to-be mothers.
University of California-San Francisco published a guide for people to help convince pregnant women to have abortions.