"We'll say it again, until we're blue in the face: elections have consequences! There's no sitting these out for a spell, since our efforts today can determine the fate of lives decades from now and beyond." ~Right to Life of Michigan
Action Alert Please call, text, or e-mail your state legislators immediately! Dangerous legislation known as the “Reproductive Health Act” (RHA) will be introduced. The bill package calls for the repeal of many commonsense abortion regulations that have broad support of Michigan citizens, including the majority of those who voted for Proposal 3. The “Reproductive Health Act” includes removing abortion clinic licensing regulations, informed consent provisions that include a 24-hour waiting period, the Medicaid funding ban, the partial-birth abortion ban, the born-alive infant protection law, humane disposal of fetal remains, abortion reporting, and more. It also redefines “abortion” in state law as a medical treatment and removes the term “elective.” Finally, it codifies into state statue the language of Proposal 3, creating a statutory right to abortion (in addition to the constitutional right) and allows for civil penalties for entities who infringe on those rights. Ask your legislator to vote NO. For more information and contact information, click HERE.
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Pending State Legislation
Clickhere to view the pending state legislation as provided by Right to Life of Michigan.
Pending Federal Legislation
Click here to view pending federal legislation as provided by National Right to Life.
Contact Your Senators and Representatives
Berrien County State Rep, 37th District - Brad Paquette | website State Rep, 38th District - Joey Andrews |website State Rep, 39th District - Pauline Wendzel |website
State Senator 20th District - Eric Nesbitt | website State Senator 17th District - Jonathan Lindsey | website
U.S. Senators Senator Gary Peters | website Senator Debbie Stabenow | website U.S. Congressman Congressman Bill Huizenga, 4th District | website Congressman Tim Walberg, 5th District | website