Americans United for Life is pleased to announce that the Indiana Legislature has passed S340, which is based on our recently updated Abortion Reporting Act. AUL has worked for months with our allies in the Hoosier state to pass this important legislation that strengthens the reporting requirements for abortion-related complications. In order to protect the health and lives of women, complete and reliable data on abortion must be available to women, the medical […]
Americans United for Life is disappointed by the Hawai’i House Health and Human Services and Judiciary Committees’ decision to approve HB 2739, which would establish a state-sanctioned system for physician-assisted suicide. States have a duty to protect the lives of all their citizens, especially vulnerable people groups such as the elderly, ill, and disabled; and […]
Americans United for Life applauds the recent Health and Human Services (HHS) announcement of $260 million in new funding for the Title X family planning program to help improve and expand quality care for women and families across the country. Not only did the HHS announcement emphasize the department’s emphasis on funding programs that focus on the broad range of […]
Tucked in among the hundreds of pages of the Congressional budget signed into law last week are a few paragraphs that Americans United for Life has been working for years to make reality. The short lines repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Board, or IPAB – an incredible victory for all Americans. If you recall, IPAB […]
By Deanna Wallace This article originally appeared in Townhall on February 15, 2018. As we celebrate the 198th birthday of Susan B. Anthony, one of the Founding Mothers of American Feminism, conversations always arise regarding the true meaning of feminism. Just over a year ago, millions of American women took to the streets for the first ever “Women’s March.” […]
Americans United for Life Legal Communications Director, Deanna Wallace, is at the Capitol in Hartford, Connecticut today standing with a coalition of pro-life leaders against NARAL and other pro-choice groups who are trying pass legislation to silence the message of hope that Pregnancy Resource Centers send to the women of Connecticut. “This proposed legislation is yet […]
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Last week, the Ohio Supreme Court held that abortion facilities don’t get an exemption from health and safety regulations just because they provide abortions. Like many states, Ohio has health and safety regulations for facilities that provide surgical services outside of a hospital. For over two decades, Ohio has required facilities to have a written […]
Dear Chairs Lewis and Hogan, and Honorable Members: I am Deanna Wallace, Staff Counsel with Americans United for Life. I appreciate the opportunity to provide written testimony on S. 1225, regarding the legalization of physician-assisted suicide in Massachusetts. In my practice, I specialize in life-related legislation and am testifying as an expert in constitutional law […]
“Americans United for Life is disappointed by the Senate’s failure to pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act this evening. Not only would this legislation have provided protections for unborn children who feel pain, but it would also have protected mothers from the increased risks associated with later-term abortions. Research shows that a woman seeking […]
Americans United for Life is encouraged by the Ohio Supreme Court’s determination that the Ohio Department of Health’s decision to revoke the license of an abortion center that failed to meet state standards for patient care was “supported by reliable, probative, and substantial evidence and is in accordance with law.” The court found that the […]