365 Days of LIFE #AfterRoe

June 24

1 year ago today, life won. Roe v. Wade was overturned. On June 24, 2022, The Supreme Court came to the conclusion that Roe v. Wade was “egregiously wrong” and incorrectly decided.  After years of limiting the extent to which states and Congress could protect unborn children, the Court finally returned the issue back to the people. Since Dobbs, many pro-life states have passed laws that protect the unborn. Some of these laws include heartbeat bills, pain-capable bills, informed consent laws, parental involvement laws, and ultrasound requirements

One year after the overturn of Roe v. Wade, there is still much work to be done. While some states have taken bold steps to protect babies, many need far stronger protections and some are even radically pro-abortion. And in all states, women facing unexpected pregnancies need loving support, often found at pregnancy resource centers.

Today, we’re talking with two women from incredible organizations who work tirelessly every day to protect life, one on the policy front and the other with pregnancy resource centers. Join us to hear from Jennifer Roush, Executive Director of the SperaVita Institute, and Karen Bowling, Executive Director of Nebraska Family Alliance, to share their personal stories and encouragement for life #AfterRoe.

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You can get involved in the pro-life movement by supporting local pregnancy resource centers and organizations that help them! And be sure to check out AfterRoe.com to find out more about your state’s post-Roe abortion laws.

At Family Policy Alliance, our vision is a nation where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished. To stay up to date on the fight to protect families and learn how to take action, follow us on social media!

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Emma Rarden
Producer-Communications Specialist


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