Every month we bring you developments in the onslaught of the culture of death, with cautions about unreservedly embracing seemingly inevitable practices or impositions. This month we share stories of victory for the culture of life, albeit often at a major cost to the protagonists.
In July 2017, the state of Hawaii in the USA established a law requiring all pregnancy centres to post signs or offer fliers indicating that the state provides free or low-cost access to comprehensive family-planning services, and required them to provide abortion and contraception referrals.
Centres that refused to do so were threatened with fines up to US$1,000. The law made it possible for private citizens as well as pro-abortion groups to file lawsuits against pregnancy centres that do not post the information.