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Help NRLC save babies in the womb and babies who survive the abortionist’s best efforts to kill them

by | Jan 17, 2018

In two days hundreds of thousands of America’s finest will come together in our nation’s capital to remind the nation and the world, as Dr. King wrote, that “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.” From all parts of our great country, these pro-life champions—young and old, male and female– will assemble to declare the darkness that is Roe v. Wade will not stand forever. Thanks to their faithfulness, the light of love and compassion for unborn children and their mothers, temporarily obscured by Justice Blackmun’s abomination, will shine through.

Americans shouldn’t need the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Act which will be introduced into the House of Representatives later this week. Who could possibly not agree that if a baby survives an abortion attempt, he or she will receive “the same degree of care as reasonably provided to any other child born alive at the same gestational age”? Alas, no doubt, almost every Democrat will. For them, that poor baby is supposed to be dead. Case closed, body disposed.

H.R. 1192 is one of your National Right to Life’s highest legislative priorities. We fight adversaries who have so much money, even they have trouble spending it all. NRLC depends on you, grassroots pro-life America.

There are many fights ahead in 2018. Won’t you partner with National Right to Life, “the flagship of the Pro-Life Movement,” to quote the legendary Henry Hyde, to save babies in the womb and babies who survive the abortionist’s best efforts to kill them?

Please help your National Right to Life pass these groundbreaking pro-life laws that will protect these helpless children. Click here now to give the most generous gift you can to National Right to Life.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you so much.

(Because National Right to Life Committee works to pass laws to save the lives of the unborn babies, federal law does not allow your contributions to be deductible for tax purposes.)

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