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Guttmacher Institute (PP's statistical arm) says 2012 is the second biggest year for passage of pro-life laws.
Time magazine says abortionists are losing the battle.
Many lives have been saved from abortion over the last 42 years, but the killing of unborn children is still legal. More than 9,900 unborn babies are killed by abortion in Minnesota every year.
Will you invest one hour to call for an end to the greatest injustice of our time? Come to the MCCL March for Life at noon on Thursday, Jan. 22, and march in solidarity with the most defenseless of human beings—those who are still in the womb.
Take this opportunity to declare to lawmakers that the killing of 57 million unborn babies under Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton is the greatest human rights violation today. It mars the dignity of women.
The March will begin at 12 noon on the Capitol grounds in St. Paul. A short program will follow at 12:30 p.m. on the Capitol Mall. Come, pick up an MCCL sign and march for justice, for human rights, for life!
Why is assisted suicide a threat to Minnesotans, and what can be done about it?
Come to the MCCL Legislative Dinner and find out! Our keybote speaker is Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. An international expert on this issue, he will discuss the threat of assisted suicide and successful strategies to oppose legalization.
The 2015 MCCL Legislative Dinner will be held Wednesday, Feb. 11, in downtown St. Paul. This event brings together state lawmakers and their pro-life constituents from across Minnesota. Your voice is needed to secure support for pro-life legislation by influencing lawmakers at the Capitol.
Held at the historic Landmark Center in St. Paul, the MCCL Legislative Dinner is $40 per person for those who register by Feb. 2. Register here or call the MCCL State Office at 612-825-6831, or e-mail email@example.com today!
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