Pro-lifers set for 50th March for Life after fall of Roe v Wade

Pro-lifers are set to rally in the nation’s capital Friday for the 50th annual March for Life, which will mark the first time the event took place since the overturn of Roe v.

Wade. The first March for Life took place in Washington, D.C., in 1973 after the Supreme Court handed down Roe to protect abortion access nationwide up until fetal

viability. The Supreme Court overturned Roe last year in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which allowed states to regulate abortion as they please. SUPREME

COURT INVESTIGATION FAILS TO IDENTIFY LEAKER OF DOBBS DRAFT DECISION Chuck Donovan, president of the Charlotte Lozier Institute, has worked in the pro-life movement since

1971, including leadership roles at National Right to Life, Family Research Council, and the Reagan White House. He said the overturn of Roe is only the start for the pro-life

movement. "The reversal of Roe is not the end of our fight but a new beginning," Donovan told Fox News Digital. "Where once we dreamed of passing laws and public policies to

save the lives of the unborn, now we have dozens of states across the country, as well as opportunities at the federal level, where the steps we take will mean life or death for

millions of babies as well as support or neglect for their mothers." PLANNED PARENTHOOD CEO BOASTS ABOUT PERFORMING MORE VASECTOMIES AFTER DOBBS DECISION READ ON THE

FOX NEWS APP Pro-life activists have since called on states to ban abortion across the country. Complete bans on abortion have been enacted in 13 states. One state enacted a

six-week ban and four states enacted bans around 15 to 18 weeks.