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Daniel Lipinski
Dan Lipinski, one of the last pro-life Democrats to serve in Congress, calls on the pro-life movement to come together on federal legislation that limits abortion and supports pregnant women and their children.
Major companies are now expanding benefits to include travel to Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinics (such as this facility in Baltimore) but have been slower to expand paid parental leave. (CNS photo/Kevin J. Parks, Catholic Review)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Terrisa BukovinacXavier Bisits
More employers are promising to cover the costs of getting an abortion. They do not seem as eager to to expand paid parental leave and other benefits for workers who want children.
Catholic News Service
The March for Life will take place Jan. 20, but the Washington archdiocese has canceled the Youth Rally and Mass for Life, which have taken place ahead of every march for more than 25 years.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Patrick T. Brown
If nothing changes, we should expect abortion-related referenda in all but the deepest conservative states to produce results similar to what we saw Tuesday night.
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Cristobal Spielmann
“Abortion is now legal in Michigan at an unprecedented level, and millions of lives are at stake,” wrote Detroit Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron in a letter to Catholics.
People in San Jose, Calif., participate in a recitation of the rosary outside a Planned Parenthood facility on Sept. 28, 2022. The gathering was held on the first day of the 40 Days For Life nationwide campaign, which called for peaceful protests for 40 days outside abortion facilities. (CNS photo/David Maung)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Oscar CantúKevin W. VannTimothy Freyer
Leaders of the California Catholic Conference warn that passage of Proposition 1 in California would open the door to abortion at a level that far surpasses what was allowed under the Roe v. Wade decision.