The Supreme Court is considering the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which has the potential to severely limit or eliminate access to abortion.

Each year since 1974, the March for Life has made its way peacefully through the nation’s capital, its hosts of participants calling for an end to abortion on demand, which the high court ushered in with its 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade.

Now that the time may be at hand, the event is coming to various states, where the fight for life will go on.

Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life, recently visited Connecticut for that state’s first march. She says life is winning, even in states as blue as Connecticut.

“We got over 3,000 people out for the first march, which is a good number for a state march, and the enthusiasm was palpable,” Mancini says. “Churches were very active. … There were a lot of periphery events, and I’m hoping and praying that we started just a new spark with the grassroots in Connecticut for life.”

Mancini joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss the pro-life movement’s next step, and what a post-Roe world might look like.

We also cover these stories:

  • President Joe Biden says he has a plan to cut gas prices by releasing a million barrels of reserve oil per day.
  • Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., joins Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts and Heritage Action for America Executive Director Jessica Anderson for a Heritage Foundation event titled “Rescuing America.”
  • Starting April 11, Americans will have three choices when marking their gender on their passports: male, female, and X.



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