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Archived Since:June 6, 2008

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CitizenLink Report: She Beat the Odds and Survived Being Born at 24 Weeks

When Charlotte was born at 24 weeks gestation, even the doctors had little hope that she would live. Not only did she survive, but she thrived. Today, she is a beautiful, happy 6-year-old whose favorite thing is to ride her bike. Kim Trobee talked with the Ryuns on the CitizenLink Report. Enjoy our videos? • […]

California Bans Judges from Participating in Boy Scouts

The California Supreme Court says no state judge may belong to the Boy Scouts of America. That’s because the group does not allow openly homosexual scout leaders and the state high court says that’s discriminatory. Part of a code of ethics passed in 1996, the rule is supposed to protect a judge’s impartiality. A group […]

Pro-Life Resources

We’ve collected our recent content on the life issue into this one helpful page for you. Here, you’ll find articles, videos and radio programs that show how the pro-life movement has been gaining momentum. Those successes are an energizing force for the future. (We’ll be adding additional content as it comes in.) Articles Good News: […]

Good News: Together, We’re Saving Babies

Over the last four years, lawmakers have passed a record number of pro-life bills at the state level. From parental-involvement laws to late-term abortion limits, the lives of women and preborn babies are being saved – and you had a lot to do with that! CitizenLink, in partnership with our 38 associated family policy councils, […]

House Passes Bill to Stop Taxpayer Funding of Abortion

The House of Representatives passed a bill to put an end to taxpayer funding of abortion in Obamacare. Normally the Hyde Amendment protects the public from having their money pay for procedures that violate their deeply held beliefs. But when the health care law was passed, it created new streams of funding that included tax […]

Stoplight: And That’s How You Do That

During his 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama cleverly made certain troubling facts vanish into thin air, while making pleasant outcomes magically appear. Keeping your eye on the President – and off of the tricks – has become a favorite tactic of the Administration. And this week’s speech was no exception. From oil […]

Plano Residents Get Signatures to Repeal ‘Equal Rights Ordinance’

Plano Citizens United announced they have the nearly 7,000 signatures needed to repeal the troubling “Equal Rights Ordinance” or place it on the ballot. The group is made up of leaders, pastors and other people in the Plano area. In a statement, Citizens United said: “In spite of the challenges created by the suspect timing […]

Stoplight: And That’s How You Do That

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Pro-Family Bills Energized by Mid-Term Wins

Highly successful mid-terms are translating into pro-family bills in state legislatures. Indiana has several pro-life bills on the table that look to ban sex-selection abortions or aborting for physical conditions like Down syndrome. Lawmakers there are also looking to pass a bill that would preserve religious freedom. Republican Gov. Mike Pence and a super-majority in […]

Election Translates Into Pro-Family Laws

Kim Trobee spoke with Ryan McCann, policy director for the Indiana Family Institute. He said a super-majority in the House and Senate is already producing good pro-family laws. Enjoy our videos? • Be the first to know when they come out: Subscribe. • Keep the videos coming: Donate. • Watch this video on YouTube. • […]

Real Discrimination

Recent bills filed by Rep. Cathy Munoz (R-Juneau) and Rep. Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage) would give special rights based on lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transsexual behavior. We’ve gone through this before back in 2012 with Prop 5 in Anchorage when Alaska Family Action led the effort to defeat similar language LGBTQ activists were seeking to add […]

High Court to Rule on States Rights and Marriage

The U.S. Supreme Court is set hear a group of cases that will determine the constitutionality of marriage amendments. Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee and Michigan are part of the lawsuits, which will be heard in the spring with a decision to come down possibly in late June. Bruce Hausknecht is a judicial analyst for Focus on […]

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