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Planned Parenthood Dealt Setback when Governor Signs HB 891

BATON ROUGE – U.S. District Court Judge John DeGravelles of the Middle District of Louisiana sided with the nation’s largest abortion provider in a preliminary ruling issued today, allowing Planned Parenthood to proceed with its attempt to force the Louisiana Department of Health to issue a license to perform abortions in the same New Orleans…

Adventure Awaits at PULSE Leadership Institute!

Louisiana Right to Life’s annual PULSE Leadership Institute at the Bishop Tracy Center in Baton Rouge is set for June 18-22. High school and college students are invited attend and dive into the pro-life cause. Sessions go beyond abortion into adoption, euthanasia, physician assisted suicide, human trafficking awareness, bioethics, third party reproduction, disability discrimination, and…

Mother’s Day Billboards up in NOLA

Louisiana Right to Life, alongside New Orleans Right to Life, is producing a year-long billboard campaign in the greater New Orleans area in an effort to spread a consistent pro-life message. This month three Mother’s Day billboards went up stating the message “Thanks Mom for Choosing Life!” Thank you to our supporters for making this…

LARTL Applauds Senate for Confirming Engelhardt to 5th Circuit Court of Appeals

NEW ORLEANS – Louisiana Right to Life is pleased that today the U.S. Senate voted 62-34 to confirm U.S. District Court Judge Kurt Engelhardt of New Orleans to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. “We are pleased that Judge Englehardt has been confirmed to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals,” said Benjamin Clapper, executive director…

Foster Care Important to Pro-Life Cause

By Sarah Zagorski, Special Projects Director May is Foster Care Awareness Month, and after spending nearly eight years in the Louisiana Foster Care System I understand personally how important both foster care and adoption are to the pro-life cause. I met my foster family at the young age of 16 months with nothing on but…