Heather Weininger

Congratulations to Wisconsin Right to Life Winning Candidates

Heather Weininger, executive director of Wisconsin Right to Life states, “This week, we saw that life is a winning issue. We are grateful to be a part of the work being done across the country and across Wisconsin to change hearts and minds to favor life. Our laws should reflect our values, and we value life. Electing pro-life leaders allows us to …

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President Trump Nominates Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

In a press conference this evening, President Trump announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nomination to the Supreme Court following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death last week. Barrett, a Notre Dame graduate and mother of seven, has most recently served on the 7th Court of Appeals. “Judge Amy Coney Barrett will make a wonderful …

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Policy vs. Personality

By Heather Weininger, Executive Director As we approach the election, tensions are running high. This year, there seems to be more political division. Everyone has a platform, and everyone has an opinion. This can lead to dialogue and growth, but it oftentimes just results in broken relationships. Many friends of the life movement have reached …

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Pregnancy Centers Critical Work Needs All of Us – by Judy VanSwol Education Director

* Don’t abort us during COVID-19.  Our moms are scared and need us. *We are going through about 4x the amount of diapers that we normally do, with so many families getting laid off…All of our church-sponsored diaper drives have been canceled… *Our building is closed down right now… *We’ve made tough decisions. Locked doors, …

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Sean Spicer to Headline Wisconsin Right to Life’s Virtual Education Fund Dinner & Auction

One week from today, Wisconsin Right to Life will welcome Sean Spicer as their keynote speaker at their first-ever VIRTUAL Education Fund Dinner & Auction on May 14, 2020. “We are thrilled Sean Spicer is playing such an important role at our first-ever virtual Education Fund Dinner and Auction. His unwavering support of the right …

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Our Doors Are Open

Last week on my way to Milwaukee, I drove by the Planned Parenthood in Sheboygan. As many people are aware, this location performs abortions. Sadly, their doors are open. As I pulled in, I saw a woman exit the building, small bag in hand. Quickly she got into her car and headed out of the parking lot.  My heart sank. I sat …

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47 Years Later

“Today, we mourn the loss of more than 60 million unborn children because of abortion,” shared Heather Weininger, executive director of Wisconsin Right to Life.  “All of these unheard voices, they are the reason we continue fighting for protection of the unborn forty-seven years later.  “In recent times we have seen how far those who …

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Kill the Lies, Not the Child

It’s Time to be Bold

47 years ago, the rights of the unborn were horrifically stripped away.   On January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade that a woman’s “right to privacy” prevails over the right to life, allowing abortion to stain our communities and country.   Although some stand behind Roe v. Wade, others of us work each day to challenge the …

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We’re Hiring – Vice President of External Affairs

Wisconsin Right to Life (WRTL) is looking to add a Vice President of External Affairs to manage the brand of Wisconsin Right to Life through the communications department and fundraising department.  This job requires a strong commitment to protecting life from the moment of conception until natural death. The ideal candidate will have a strong …

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