Make sure you sign our petition to get abortion OUT of the State budget! Sign our petition and share with your friends!
State Legislature 2018 – we won some and lost some
Now show your Lawmaker how you feel.
SB 309 – Defeated – Establishes a specialty license plate, celebrating abortion in California. Good job!
SB 320 – Oppose – Passed by both Senate and Assembly. On governor’s desk. Would require State Universities and Community Colleges to provide chemical abortifacients (such as RU486) to students. Abortion organizations will attempt to distribute through other channels. Download Petition Here.
SB 481 – Defeated – Allows nursing homes to declare patients unfit to make their own decisions, give them a note to that effect, and then kill the non-terminal patient via intentional dehydration..’ Read more here
AB 282 – Signed by Governor! Legalizes promoting the medical suicide of the physically dependent or emotionally vulnerable. Such promotion and cajoling was NOT legal until Sept 4. The governor signed the law Sept 5. The motives of such promoters can certainly be questionable. Please see Petition at Coalition Against Assisted Suicide.
— Budget Bill —
Each year the legislature authorizes the state’s bloated budget, urge your legislator to oppose funding for the abortion industry.
Your Calls and Letters Make A Difference!
Call your representative here
You may address letters to the Governor or any Legislator using the address – State Capitol, Sacramento, CA, 95814.
Individuals are always free to pursue any efforts they wish. However, we at California ProLife (CPLC) encourage prolife individuals to act with both knowledge and wisdom and avoid becoming involved in projects that lead to confusion and potential disaster for the cause of Life.
California ProLife is not supporting the currently circulating, ‘personhood’ amendment, known under its official title of “Extending Personhood to Fertilized Human Eggs.” We are not alone in our perspective. If you would like further information or analysis you may find it below.
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