During a speech at an event organized by leftist supporters, Vanita Gupta, the associate attorney general, said that the Department of Justice had stepped up its enforcement of the Family Education and Rights Act (FACE Act) following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v.
Despite the number of attacks on pro-life centers that occurred in 2022, the Department of Justice has not charged a single individual for their involvement.
The Daily Signal reported:
According to Gupta, the department's actions were in response to the court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
During a speech at the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division's 65th anniversary earlier this month, Gupta noted that the court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade had a "devastating impact" on women's reproductive rights. It also increased the department's urgency in implementing the FACE Act, which ensures that women have access to reproductive health care services.
Over 80 pro-life organizations, including 77 pregnancy resource centers and 98 Catholic churches, have been attacked since May. The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division has also charged 26 individuals with violating the FACE Act.
These facilities are operated by pro-life women who seek to provide expectant mothers with alternatives to abortion. They provide a variety of resources such as diapers and baby clothes. These facilities also empower both the mothers and fathers by helping them overcome their addictions and find jobs.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit.