44 Years of Roe v. Wade
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“The greatest gift of God, I would think, is the gift of life.
The greatest sin of humans, it would seem, would be to return that gift ungratefully and unopened.”
~ John Powell, S.J.
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RLMC would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have faithfully participated in our efforts, year after year, to be a voice for those who have none. Well over 59 million babies have lost their lives to abortion since 1973 and the tragic Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision! Gratefully, the statistics indicate a downward trend in the number of abortions. Hence, we look forward with great hope that soon we will see a drastic reduction because many pro-life legislators are now determined to be stronger voices for life than ever before!
Our local effort at reaching out to our McHenry County citizens has been successful, in large part, due to the wonderful participation of our pastors and local churches. To each and every one of you, we offer our heartfelt thanks! All the volunteers who spend time in the actual collection of signatures play a key role and to you, too, we extend our deepest gratitude!
Our mission will not be complete until all human life is respected and protected from the moment of conception until natural death. The goal and purpose of Right to Life McHenry County is to move hearts and minds to pursue protection for endangered innocent human life.
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The Board Members of Right to Life McHenry County
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Right to Life McHenry County:
- is dedicated to promoting the sanctity of human life.
- Believes God grants us life from the moment of conception to its natural end.
- an all volunteer, grassroots,
non-partisan, non-denominational and non-profit
is promoting a culture of life through:
Important News and Updates
Alabama Supreme Court unanimously recognizes personhood of unborn children
January 4, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A unanimous opinion handed down the last day of 2016 by the Alabama Supreme Court is the latest in a growing body of state law extending personhood and the equal protection of the law to pre-born children in Alabama.
The personhood of the pre-born from the moment of conception has now been recognized by the Supreme Court of Alabama as it relates to the Homicide Act, the chemical endangerment statute and the Wrongful Death Act.The facts of the case in Stinnett v. Kennedy revolve around the death of the pre-born child of Ms. Kimberly Stinnett due to the alleged malpractice of an obstetrician, Dr. Karla Kennedy.
The main question faced by the Alabama Supreme Court was whether the Alabama Wrongful Death Act applied to pre-born children harmed by medical negligence before viability. Under review was the fact that during the trial, the lower trial court ... More ...
This poignient video is with an unborn child moments before his mother commits to having an abortion. Please view it.
March for life Information:
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the March for Life - Washington DC.
Click on the image on the right for information on the March for Life - Chicago, IL.
State and Local News
Rep. Sara Feigenholtz, Carol Sente, Ann M. Williams, Elizabeth Hernandez, Barbara Flynn Currie, Gregory Harris and Emanuel Chris Welch
This bill was not called this week but is still on the 3rd reading in the Illinois House.
This bill removes the portion of the State Employees Group Insurance Act that prohibits including the expenses of obtaining an abortion, induced miscarriage or induced premature birth. This means that the State's medical assistance program will no longer exclude coverage for abortions.
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New national poll shows overwhelming support for
Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Screen capture of "The Language
VIDEO: “The language of abortion is confusing.
What are we trying to hide?”
New video debunks Planned
Parenthood’s 3 percent abortion myth
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September 12, 2016
August 12, 2016
Moments: Adoption, Motherhood and
1) It compounds tragedy.
2) It takes innocent lives.
3) It violates civil rights.
4) It punishes innocent people.
United Nations Committee Affirms
David A. Grimes
In a landmark case, Peru has compensated a woman for denying her a medically indicated abortion. In 2001, K.L. was a 17-year-old who was diagnosed as having a fetus with anencephaly at 14 weeks’ gestation. As described below, this fetal anomaly is routinely lethal. Although abortion was legal in Peru in this circumstance, a hospital director refused her request for an abortion. She was forced to continue her pregnancy and deliver the doomed fetus, which survived only four days. Working with human rights lawyers, K.L. filed a complaint with the United Nations Human Rights Committee, based in Geneva. In 2005, the Committee concluded that Peru had violated several articles of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and it ordered financial compensation to K.L. Fifteen years after the incident, reparations were finally made for Peru’s “cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment.” This marked the first time a United Nations Committee had held a country accountable for failing to ensure access to safe, legal abortion.
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