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What are your impressions of the March issue of National Right to Life News now in your in-box?

by | Mar 11, 2024

By Dave Andrusko, editor

Lots of good feedback on the March issue of National Right to Life News. You can send me your comments at

We started out by celebrating our new look, our news logo, and the updated website. In my opinion (and, as editor, I look at the edition multiple times a day) it is fresh, creative, and, best of all, it has a terrific search engine.

The issue came out just before Super Tuesday but nothing special happened—as expected former President Trump swept all the primaries but one—until the following morning when former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley withdrew. It’s now 2020 all over again with Mr. Trump in a far better position than he was 3 l/2 years ago.

As she always does, NRL President Carol Tobias laid out the challenges facing the Movement while at the same time offering reasons for optimism.

Maria Gallagher, acting executive director for the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, offers several stories. Her first tells us the background to the heartwarming story of a newborn left at firehouse with a handwritten “I love you” note who is adopted by couple who had fostered 17 children and adopted two.

Geline Williams, the long serving board chair for National Right to Life, turned 100 on February 27. Mrs. Williams also served as Mayor of Richmond, Virginia. A great pro-lifer and a great lady.

On February 22, National Right to Life released “The State of Abortion in the United States.” This was the eleventh annual report and, like its predecessors, covered all the important political, legislative, and educational developments for 2023. It’s must reading.

There is much, much more in the March edition. For example, there’s a fascinating story about the competitive Senate races and news that CVS, Walgreens is beginning to fill abortion pill prescriptions.

I’ll be running one more overview this week. In the meanwhile, please dig in to the March edition of National Right to Life News.

And, as I said at the beginning, you can send me your comments at

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