Most of the top political figures across Alaska issued statements after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 24 to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that legalized the killing of the unborn across the nation. The court’s ruling will return the
The number of Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in Alaska will drop by 25% when the company shutters its Soldotna abortion mill on May 31. Soldotna is one of four communities in Alaska where Planned Parenthood performs abortions. The others are Fairbanks,
The safest place on earth should be the womb. The Lord designed it to provide warmth, nutrition, oxygen and protection for the growth of new life. Lately, however, I haven’t seen too many pregnant women in the stores, and very few newborns in little car
An Alaska Superior Court judge has sided with abortion giant Planned Parenthood in temporarily halting a state law that prohibits non-physicians such as nurses and nurse midwives from performing chemical abortions. Surgical abortions still must be performed
Pro-abortion demonstrators in Alaska were met by peaceful pro-life advocates on Oct. 2, a day when abortion activists marched on cities around the nation demanding the right to continue killing unborn babies. In Fairbanks, a large group of pro-lifers met
Should Alaska use public funds to compensate abortionists for killing unborn babies? This is one key matter that a committee of six state legislators will hash out in the coming days. At issue is whether a specific pro-life amendment should be included in the
For the past 18 years, Alaska has tracked annual abortions in the state. The 1,206 reported in 2020 are the fewest ever recorded. Between 2003 and 2009, there were around 1,860 abortions performed annually in Alaska. Those numbers began to steadily decline
This could well be a public hearing like few others in Alaska. Three distinct sides of the abortion debate will be featured April 16 in the Senate Judiciary Committee. At issue is Senate Joint Resolution 4, sponsored by Sen. Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer/Chugiak),
The Alaska Legislature is awash in controversial debates about changing how judges are selected, ensuring election integrity and solving the state’s mounting fiscal crisis, to name a few. One topic that hasn’t gained much attention is abortion. That will
Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued his annual statement proclaiming Jan. 22 as “Right to Life” day in Alaska. It comes on the 48th anniversary since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion across the nation. While Dunleavy
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