2012: A Year of Victories for Life & Liberty


Together, through our attorneys and our members, the ACLJ has achieved significant victories this year.

We have helped promote and defend pro-life laws. Our attorneys have worked with dozens of students and their parents to ensure that their religious liberties are protected and that the Bible is not banned in our schools.

We have succeeded internationally: defending churches from false prosecution, helping achieve freedom for an imprisoned Pastor, and ensuring that false war crimes charges against Israel were dismissed at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Our ongoing work in defense of unborn children has yielded significant pro-life legal victories from protecting the right of medical professionals from being forced to perform abortions, to defending the right of states to defund abortion businesses, to blocking Obama’s abortion-pill mandate for one of our clients.

It is important that we take a step back and consider these countless victories over the past year as we press forward with the many challenges we face in the year ahead.

In the coming days and weeks, as we did last year, we will take a look at how the ACLJ, through the support of our members, have impacted so many lives across the U.S. and to the farthest reaches of the globe in defense of our God-given life and liberties in 2012.

To help the ACLJ continue to have the resources we need to make these victories possible and continue these fights, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the ACLJ through our year-end Matching Challenge. Your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar though the end of the year.

Matthew Clark is an associate counsel with the ACLJ in Media and Government Affairs.

Used with the permission of the ACLJ.