BONUS INTERVIEW | March for Life President Emphasizes States' Role in Pro-Life Movement
One week ago, on Jan. 20, thousands of pro-lifers marched in the nation's capital for the annual March for Life.
The march was the first since Roe v. Wade was overturned last June because of the decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case.
"Well, when Roe v. Wade came down in 1973, what that decision did was legalize abortion in all 50 states, and so the march, of course, began as a response to that," Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life, says of why the national march is still important despite the life issue being a state issue.
"But you fast forward 50 years and the overturn of Roe with the Dobbs decision in June doesn't make abortion illegal throughout all the country, and certainly it doesn't make it unthinkable," Mancini says.
Mancini joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to further discuss the pro-life movement, her message for the marchers in the states, and what she thinks is next for the pro-life movement.
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