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I’m just back from Washington, DC at a strategy meeting with fellow pro-life leaders.  Of course we celebrated the election of a pro-life president, as well as pro-life control of both the US Senate and House of Representatives.  Then we got down to business, and ending funding of Planned Parenthood is priority number one.  Plus, as pro-lifers we must be ready, willing and able to stand up for the good people Mr. Trump appoints to his administration when the media attack them.  I’m asking for your help.  Please join our pro-life mobilization team to activate your email list and social media sites when news breaks.  Visit LifeIssues.org and click on the microphone icon.  You’ll find details to make sure you’re in the loop to help save lives during these exciting times.

 

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You can be informed and play a part in this exciting time for the Pro-Life Movement. Click here to find this graphic on our home page and sign up for free updates.

Help our number one priority for the pro-life movement — to end tax funding of Planned Parenthood, the most aggressive purveyor of abortion. We now have a pro-life incoming president and pro-life majorities in both the US Senate and House of Representatives. Congressional leaders have also made it their priority to end Planned Parenthood’s funding, so you and I must be prepared to mobilize everyone we know to get your Congress man or woman to vote to stop funding their extreme abortion agenda.

Plus, we must stand at the ready to defend good pro-life individuals Mr. Trump appoints to his administration. These individuals will be viciously attacked by the media and ultra-liberal activists.

Join our mobilization team by subscribing to our email alert list and help us save lives!

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