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Statement by Timothy Head, Executive Director of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Ruling

DULUTH, Ga., June 24, 2022 — The Faith & Freedom Coalition applauds the Supreme Court of the United States’ ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade and affirm the constitutional right to life and liberty for ALL. We join with the millions of pro-life Americans across the country today in celebrating this monumental victory nearly 50 years in the making. 

Without question, today is a day for rejoicing. For almost 50 years, pro-life Americans have been praying and working to protect innocent life. Today, we have seen that our prayers were being heard and our labor was not in vain. But the fight for life remains in America. This decision will only embolden abortion activists to pressure individual states to pass radical pro-abortion legislation. In fact, nearly 100 local prosecutors across the country already have stated they will not enforce pro-life statutes in their jurisdictions. The pro-abortion movement will not let up, so neither can we. One of the most powerful ways pro-life Americans can continue the fight for life is by showing up at the polls this November and voting for candidates for federal, state, and local offices that support our God-given right to life. Today’s ruling is a powerful reminder that, in America, our vote truly can shape history.

About the Faith & Freedom Coalition

The Faith and Freedom Coalition is a national grassroots movement of over 2 million conservatives and people of faith in support of time-honored values, stronger families, and individual freedom. Learn more about Faith & Freedom at www.ffcoalition.com.


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