What’s next for #HelloHyde

What’s next for #HelloHyde

The #HelloHyde campaign has a three-part mission: to celebrate, preserve, and expand the Hyde Amendment. Part one, celebrate, was implemented last Friday, September 30: the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment. We're pleased to say that the celebration was...

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This pro-life policy has saved an estimated 2 million lives

This pro-life policy has saved an estimated 2 million lives

Matt Hadro, CNA/EWTN News As the Hyde Amendment turns 40 years old this week, a new report claims that it may have saved two million lives from abortion since it went into effect. “Two million lives saved is reason to celebrate,” Chuck Donovan, president of the...

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Join the celebration!

Join the celebration!

Today is the day we've all been waiting for: the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment! It's easy to be part of the celebration. Tweet using the hashtag #HelloHyde. Our mission is simple: demonstrate the life-saving power of the Hyde Amendment by putting the faces of...

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Report: The Hyde Amendment has saved 2.13 million lives

Report: The Hyde Amendment has saved 2.13 million lives

In recognition of the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment this Friday, the Charlotte Lozier Institute has released a new analysis of its life-saving impact. The Hyde Amendment is a federal budget rider that restricts taxpayer funding of abortion through the...

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The importance of the Hyde Amendment, in 15 seconds

The importance of the Hyde Amendment, in 15 seconds

Abortion advocates like to speak in abstractions. They talk about "pregnancies carried to term," or worse, use offensively dehumanizing language like "dark outcomes." But the people who are alive today because of the Hyde Amendment are just that: people. The...

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Nowhere to Hyde?

Nowhere to Hyde?

Jamie Dean, WORLD Magazine As wide-eyed children tore into stockings and presents under tinsel-laden trees on Christmas Day in 1977, The New York Times lamented an unwelcome gift for some women with little money: children. It had been over a year since the U.S. House...

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