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SUMMER 2015

Abortion's sad reality

Barb ListingIn reading through my daily e-mail, this headline caught my attention: “With Abortion, There Are No Do-overs.” It was the lead-in to a column by Maria Gallagher from Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation. Reading her column brought to mind the script of a television ad launched by our RLM Educational Fund.


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Looking back, looking forward: A focus on life in a changing world

by Pamela Sherstad

The Sherstad Family (from left) Jordon, Pam, Brian and Jonah

Right to Life of Michigan's former director of public information looks back on her time at Right to Life while looking forward to a day when every human being is protected in law

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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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Media campaign inspires a look at life with a compassionate perspective

Right to Life of Michigan's the compassion project uses statewide television ads.


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Life-saving legislation makes impact in Michigan

Prolife legislation is moving in Lansing.

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Passionate youth inspire movement

Two youth-focused programs sponsored by the RLM Ed Fund provide inspiration for the prolife movement.

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2012 Prolife Omnibus Act uncovers abuses

Prolife laws are indeed necessary.

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Chemical abortions, non-resident abortions increase in Michigan

For the past two years, the number of reported abortions performed in Michigan have increased.

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