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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.
The 2014 March for Life was a smashing success!
Due to a 30mph wind and low temperatures, the 40th annual MCCL March for Life was moved into the Capitol Rotunda to avoid weather-related injuries.
We expected a smaller crowd, but people from all over the state came in large numbers. All three levels of the Rotunda and the adjacent halls were full of enthusiastic marchers. The Star Tribune posted photos of the rally on its website, and more photos can be viewed here.
Despite bad roads and extreme weather, the March for Life brought out courageous supporters who rededicated themselves to protecting innocent human life.
Our thanks to the legislators who attended and to Congressman John Kline, who addressed the crowd. Letters from other members of Congress were read as well.
Read more about the March in our news release.
come to mccl student day!
Young people are the future of the pro-life movement, and MCCL is working to equip them to make a lifesaving difference for decades to come. That’s the idea behind Student Day.
MCCL’s 12th annual Student Day at the Capitol will be held on Tuesday, April 1. Student Day provides students in grades 7-12 with a unique opportunity to learn about right-to-life issues and to lobby their own state legislators.
If you are a student in grades 7-12, we invite you to attend. If you know students who are that age, please invite them to participate. Print and share our flier.
Students need to pre-register. Learn more and register online or by calling 612-825-6831. A nominal $10 donation includes lunch.
Student Day, 8:30-3:30, begins at the Kelly Inn, less than two blocks from the State Capitol. The event is limited to 200 participants, so please register early.
On April 1 we will learn and lobby for life!
NOTE:Our objection to the ACA is that it represents a clear and present danger to human life both born and unborn. To see how:Visit our healthcare page.
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