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Posts From Nikolas Nikas & Dorinda Bordlee

June Medical v. Russo (2020): Where do we go from here?

June Medical v. Russo (2020): Where do we go from here?

🕔18:25, 1.Jul 2020

The Chief Justice cast the deciding vote to strike down the Louisiana abortion law requiring hospital privileges to treat women injured by abortion. But is there a sliver of hope that helps the pro-life movement carry on?

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SCOTUS 2020: Should abortion businesses speak for women?

SCOTUS 2020: Should abortion businesses speak for women?

🕔21:55, 2.Jan 2020

According to this article from https://www.wphealthcarenews.com/, over 40 legal and medical organizations file amicus briefs in support of Louisiana’s pro-woman pro-life law, including the U.S. Department of Justice. January 2, 2020. For Immediate Release. Louisiana is set to argue before

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Down syndrome groups ask Supreme Court to review Indiana’s Nondiscrimination Abortion Law

Down syndrome groups ask Supreme Court to review Indiana’s Nondiscrimination Abortion Law

🕔19:13, 15.Nov 2018

2019 UPDATE:  The U.S. Supreme Court declined to accept review of this issue until another circuit court weighs in.  Read the outstanding concurring opinion by Justice Clarence Thomas discussing the link between abortion and eugenics. For immediate release November 15,

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Thomas More Award Granted to BDF Co-Founders

Thomas More Award Granted to BDF Co-Founders

🕔19:48, 28.Apr 2017

On Friday night, April 28, 2017, Bioethics Defense Fund co-founders Nikolas T. Nikas and Dorinda C. Bordlee were presented with the Thomas More Award by the Boston-based Pro-Life Legal Defense Foundation. Past Thomas More Award recipients include: 1996 Francis H. Fox, Esq.

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SCOTUS  Chooses Abortion Industry Over Women’s Health

SCOTUS Chooses Abortion Industry Over Women’s Health

🕔17:21, 26.Jun 2016

June 27, 2016.  Bioethics Defense Fund attorneys Nikolas T. Nikas and Dorinda C Bordlee made the following statement in regard to the Supreme Court’s decision in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt. (Decision and amicus brief links below).

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