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SPRING 2015

All human life has inestimable value

Barb ListingA new year brings new resolutions, new plans, plus reflections on the past—familiar to all of us. Prolifers across this state and nation prepare for another year of legalized abortion with strategy to prevent more unborn babies from being killed. Some may wonder after 42 years of legalized abortion, is it worth continuing the effort?

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State-wide educational campaign imparts value of every life

In support of those who have been conceived in rape or who have chosen life for their unborn child, Right to Life of Michigan has launched the compassion project.

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Meghan's Journey

Meghan Marie Salter came into the world on October 16, 2002. For the first three weeks, she ate, grew, slept, and did everything a healthy, happy baby would do. Then her health started to change during the second week of November. The Salter family reflects the reality of the sanctity of all human life. There is a duty for the strong to defend the weak. We must make the choice to respect all human life with no exceptions.

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Love remains after 42 years

42 years after Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, prolife people and love remain as a witness that all life deserves protection.


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Michigan’s prolife laws bear much fruit

From 2011 through 2014, RLM shepherded more prolife bills into law than in any similar time period in our history.

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Prolife people impacted 2014 elections on behalf of the most defenseless

The commitment of prolifers in Michigan is apparent in 2014 election results where 86.5% of RLM-PAC endorsed candidates won in the general election.

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Black History Month: Sharing the truth

As we celebrate the achievements of blacks, we realize the truth of abortion’s impact on our communities. Looking at abortion statistics, abortion continues to have a disparate impact on the black community.

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