March for Life’s new abortion fight is against worse-than-Roe policies

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Today, January 20, marks the 50th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., and the first ever since the Supreme Court’s egregious 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade was overturned. Our peaceful movement has grown into the largest annual human rights demonstration in the entire world, and a collective millions of people have gathered over these past five decades at the march for one common purpose: ending the tragedy of abortion and restoring a culture of life.   

Last June, we joyously celebrated the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. This monumental victory that ended Roe was thanks in no small part to scientific and medical advances since 1973, which have increasingly won converts to our cause by revealing the humanity of children developing in the womb. Public opinion now overwhelmingly sides with our movement in supporting commonsense protections for the unborn.   

The Dobbs victory was also a testament to our persevering witness. Shortly after Roe was decided, many expected our movement and our march to fizzle out. Too few people understood what abortion entailed, and that lack of understanding about unborn life had the potential to turn many

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