The Pro-Life Movement Comes to a Crossroads

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Organizers of last week’s 50th March for Life wanted to send a signal to federal lawmakers this year, so they routed marchers around the U.S. Capitol building before they headed to the Supreme Court.

“One, two, three, four, Roe v. Wade is out the door,” some marchers chanted. “Five, six, seven, eight, now it’s time to legislate!”

Coming up with new chants following last year’s Dobbs Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade may have been the easy part. Now the pro-life movement is wrestling with new strategies and more diffuse goals both at the federal and state levels.

A federal role.

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