President Donald Trump said Sept. 23 he would sign an executive order to “ensure that all precious babies born alive, no matter their circumstances, receive the medical care that they deserve.”
The Sept. 10 announcement of the theme for the March for Life — “Together Strong: Life Unites” — made it clear the annual national event, in some form, will proceed next Jan. 29.
In the midst of the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the annual March for Life rally on the National Mall and march to the Supreme Court are still scheduled for Jan. 29.
The Washington Post settled a defamation lawsuit with the family of Nicholas Sandmann July 24, 2020.
St. Cloud Cathedral High School students attended the pro-life prayer service at the Cathedral of St. Paul and the MCCL March for Life at the Capitol Jan. 22.
Trump was the first president to speak in person in the 47-year history of the March for Life.
CNN reached an undisclosed settlement Jan. 7 with Nick Sandmann, a Kentucky Catholic high school student who sued the cable news outlet for defamation over its coverage of an incident that occurred after last year’s March for Life.
The theme for the Jan. 24, 2020, March for Life is “Life Empowered: Pro-Life is Pro-Woman.”