What you can do to help defund Planned Parenthood
A series of recent undercover videos expose Planned Parenthood for who they really are, the nation's largest provider and promoter of abortion. Even some people who call themselves "pro-choice" may wonder what they can do to prevent their money from supporting fetal organ sales at Planned Parenthood. Here are a few ways that you can get involved and help defund Planned Parenthood.
1. Share these videos on social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) so that people know the truth about Planned Parenthood, don't let them continue to survive behind a public relations shield.
2. Contact your federal legislators and tell them you do not support taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood should not be receiving more than $500 million in taxpayer dollars every year to kill unborn children and sell their body parts.
3. Contact companies that donate to Planned Parenthood and ask them to stop. Here’s a list of 38 major companies that support Planned Parenthood. If you are not sure if a company supports them, contact them directly and ask.
4. Pray for the employees at Planned Parenthood, that their eyes will be opened to see what they are a part of. Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood director, said, “I used to harvest fetal body parts. ALL hearts can change. Dr. Nucatola, we are here for you!” Abby Johnson shows her love and compassion for those in the abortion industry, backed by a strong desire to see them leave the abortion industry.
You can help end dismemberment abortions
Help end brutal dismemberment abortions. This petition allows you to educate on dismemberment abortions and collect names to encourage the Michigan Senate and House to pass legislation to end this common and brutal form of abortion. Help us protect babies from dismemberment - learn more.
ACTION NEEDED: Circulate the Petition to End Dismemberment Abortions. The petition can be found here.
State-wide educational campaign imparts the value of every life
The Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund state-wide campaign, the compassion project, includes TV spots and short films featuring women who share why they are prolife. These women bring a quiet voice to a noisy debate. Their life experiences convey a fresh perspective to an ongoing discussion: Is abortion justified in certain circumstances?
Right to Life of Michigan President Barbara Listing said, “Those in favor of abortion have pointed to survivors of rape to justify legalized abortion. There is a preconception that women who become pregnant from rape want to abort their children. This is a false stereotype not supported by fact. To counter this misconception, Right to Life of Michigan launched the compassion project. The women featured in the compassion project share why they believe rape should not be used as a reason to justify abortion.”
ACTION NEEDED: Share these ads with people and encourage them to visit the Right to Life of Michigan website to see the short films. You can use the Right to Life of Michigan YouTube channel to share the ads through email and social networking. The short films can be found here.
The Affordable Health Care Act, concerns of lack of access to quality health care
As advocates for life, we work on the behalf of defenseless or vulnerable human beings, born and unborn, within our identified life issues of abortion, infanticide and assisted suicide. Questions have surfaced with the passage and implementation of the Affordable Care Act about how this law is affecting access to health care in the United States.
ACTION NEEDED: Learn how the Affordable Care Act is affecting access to health care that could save a life as well as how national health care reforms restrict the ability to use private funds to receive adequate coverage and care that the government deems excessive or unnecessary.
THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT AND HEALTH CARE ACCESS IN THE UNITED STATES
Report details abortion clinic abuses in Michigan
The Abortion Abuses and State Regulator Agency Failure Report released by Right to Life of Michigan has shown that most of Michigan's abortion clinics are not in compliance with dozens of state laws or regulations. The report also cites a vital need for oversight and enforcement on the part of Michigan agencies charged with holding health providers and facilities to account. The report prompted a hearing in the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Licensing & Regulatory Affairs.
ACTION NEEDED: Download the report or share it online with your friends and family. Our state government must hold abortion clinics accountable for failing to follow state law and regulations.
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President and U.S. Senators' Records on Life
Learn more about the views on abortion and other prolife issues of President Barack Obama, Senator Carl Levin and Senator Debbie Stabenow
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Michigan Capitol Directory
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How a Bill Becomes a Law
Learn about the legislative process in Michigan. This guide from the Michigan Legislative Service Bureau explains the steps needed for a prolife bill to become a Michigan law. LEGISLATIVE PROCESS GUIDE
Michigan Newspaper Contact List
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Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
A Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (DPOAHC) is a legal mechanism which allows you to appoint a person (agent/patient advocate) to make health care decisions for you should you become unable to do so. FULL BOOKLET