The latest pro-life news (01/30/23)


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From Pro-Life Wisconsin:


The 6th annual Pro-Life Wisconsin Prayer Card Art Contest is underway for students in grades 1-12! Do you love painting, drawing, photography, or graphic design? Submit your artwork and have a chance to win the 2023 contest for your grade. If chosen as a winner, we will reach out to your pastor for a pro-life prayer which will be printed on the back of your artwork in prayer card form. Prayer cards will be printed and distributed through your church and PLW. All entries must be postmarked by May 1, 2023.   Grade winners will receive:

Their design featured on a prayer card
– 500 prayer cards for their church
– 3 tickets to the 2023 PLW Love for Life Gala

ONE GRAND PRIZE WINNER will receive all of the above plus $100 cash

For more details and to submit artwork, visit our website here.


Join us for an evening with fellow pro-life Wisconsinites on Thursday, April 27, 2023, at the Great Dane Pub–Hilldale (357 Price Pl, Madison, WI 53705). Enjoy drinks, appetizers, and fantastic company from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Your first drink is on us!

We will also hear briefly from our Pro-Life Wisconsin Legislator of the Year, State Senator Julian Bradley, who has worked tirelessly in our State Capitol to uphold the dignity of the preborn child.

Bring a friend and come prepared to meet other pro-life Wisconsinites from the Madison area and beyond. Let’s continue to work together for a Wisconsin in which all lives are respected and cherished. Early bird registration is now open! Register now at a discounted ticket price.


ABORTION RIGHTS, ELECTABILITY EMERGE AS DOMINANT THEMES IN WISCONSIN SUPREME COURT PRIMARY: (Wisconsin State Journal) – “For being such a consequential race, the campaign for Wisconsin Supreme Court is off to a slow start. Outside groups, which in recent years have raised enormous sums to fund campaigns, are largely waiting until after the Feb. 21 primary before backing a candidate. Only one candidate – liberal Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Janet Protasiewicz – has aired television ads so far. […] The conservative candidates, former state Supreme Court Justice Dan Kelly and Waukesha County Circuit Judge Jennifer Dorow, have been endorsed by anti-abortion groups. One of the groups, Pro-Life Wisconsin, which endorsed only Kelly, says on its website that they support candidates ‘who recognize the personhood of the preborn baby and hold the principled and compassionate no-exceptions pro-life position.’” Read the full story here.  

NEW LAWSUITS TARGET STATE RESTRICTIONS ON ABORTION PILLS: (Associated Press) – “Supporters of abortion rights filed separate lawsuits Wednesday challenging two states’ abortion pill restrictions, the opening salvo in what’s expected to be a protracted legal battle over access to the medications. The lawsuits argue that limits on the drugs in North Carolina and West Virginia run afoul of the federal authority of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which has approved the abortion pill as a safe and effective method for ending pregnancy. The cases were brought by a North Carolina physician who prescribes the pill, mifepristone, and GenBioPro, which makes a generic version of the drug and sued in West Virginia.” Read the full story here.  

THE FDA HAS NO AUTHORITY TO FORCE PRO-LIFE STATES TO ALLOW ABORTION PILLS: (LifeSiteNews) – “The Biden administration has pledged to use federal agencies, including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to make abortion drugs available in all 50 states, even though the Supreme Court said that abortion is a state issue. The House of Representatives took a step in that direction last year with House Resolution 1434 purporting to ‘reaffirm’ the FDA’s authority to force pro-life states to allow chemical abortions. This is a very big issue when more than half of all abortions in America are done with abortion pills. But can the FDA legally do this?” Read the full story here.

—Pro-Life WI



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Resurgence of Right to Life Still Far Off

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