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It’s Time to Pass the Fetal Tissue Bill

           Wisconsin has a pro-life State Senate, State Assembly, and Governor. They have protected life before, with the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, Sonya’s Law, the Coercive and Web Cam Abortion Prevention Act, and other important pieces of pro-life legislation that were all made into law. And now, Wisconsin’s legislative majorities …

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Rally for Life!

TIME CHANGE! Who: All pro-life Wisconsin citizens! – Sponsored by Pro-Life Wisconsin, Wisconsin Family Action, Wisconsin Right to Life What: (PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE!) 12 noon – 1:00 p.m. – Rally outside at King Street Entrance to State Capitol. Pro-life leaders and authors of AB 305/SB 260, AB 310/SB 237, and AB 311/SB 238, as available, …

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It’s Been a Great Year – Let’s Thank Our Legislators!

It takes a lot to change the culture for life, whether by activism, volunteering, giving, or legislative action. That’s why, looking over this past year, we as a pro-life movement have accomplished much, especially in the legislative arena. This past year we had some big legislative priorities – and thanks to the leadership of our …

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The Reality of Abortion is Hard to Watch

As I am sure many of you are aware, as of today, the Center for Medical Progress has now released three videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s organ harvesting practices. From casually describing specific dismemberment practices to harvest the most organs over lunch, to aggressively haggling over costs and making Lamborghini jokes, these videos have been shockers, …

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Leila’s Story

Below is the third in a series of stories showing the faces of the pain-capable unborn child. There are times when pain-capable unborn babies are diagnosed in the womb with a disability, and parents are pressured to abort. Whether or not an unborn child is diagnosed with a disability, he or she can feel pain, and deserves our …

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