December 10, 2021


Supreme Court Allows Pro-Life Texas Law to Stand

The Court rejected multiple challenges, including one from the Biden Administration

Washington, DC – The U.S. Supreme Court has chosen not to strike down the Texas Heartbeat Law, a law that has saved thousands of lives by preventing abortions if the baby has a detectable heartbeat.

Family Policy Alliance responded to the news with the following statement from Nicole Hudgens, Government Affairs for Family Policy Alliance:

“Today, the Court has ensured that more Texas children will have the chance to celebrate a birthday. We celebrate today’s victory with our friends in Texas, and eagerly await the day when every child across America has a chance to celebrate a birthday.”

By dismissing the Biden-Harris administration’s attack on preborn children – and the attacks of many others – the Court has sent a clear signal that life is winning. But this is only the beginning. In 2022, the Court is expected to rule on a case that has the potential to unravel the dark reign of Roe v. Wade. Even as we await that decision, and as other challenges to the Texas law work through the legal system, we are already working for a nation after Roe.

Media Contact:

Robert Noland, (719) 308-2822, Media@FamilyPolicyAlliance.com


Family Policy Alliance works advances biblical citizenship and promote good public policy that protects religious freedom, families, and life.



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