In 1974, Nellie Gray and a handful of others coordinated a march on the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling which legalized abortion in all 50 states. Her goal? To draw a line in the sand on the horrific human rights abuse that abortion is.
She never expected the March for Life to become the largest annual human rights demonstration worldwide in the years following that initial march! After 50 years of hard work, passion, dedication and collectively millions of pro-life Americans standing up for the most vulnerable among us, the unborn, Roe v. Wade is behind us, bringing us one step closer to a culture of life in America. (RELATED: RONNA MCDANIEL: One-Year Anniversary Of The Dobbs Decision. Republicans Can Win The Pro-Life Debate)
Since that remarkable June morning just one year ago, much has changed in our nation. Half of the states are taking steps to enact and make permanent pro-life laws protecting the unborn while offering resources and support for pregnant mothers.
States including Florida, North Carolina, Nebraska and 22 others have passed laws protecting life at 12-weeks or even earlier, working to save countless babies while helping women and restoring families.
Yet, while we celebrate the enormous gains made, and