Voices For Life

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Monday, March 23, 2015

Assembly Human Services Committee Releases Gestational Carrier Bill, S886/A2648, from Committee

Please Take Action Now!‏
Contact your 2 Assembly Members to Vote NO on S866/A2648, Gestational Carrier Bill



from Marie Tasy, Executive Director
New Jersey Right to Life


The bill was released from the Assembly Human Services Committee on March 19. It can be scheduled for a vote by the full Assembly at any time. For more information on the Hearing, click on this link and read,  then please take suggested action below.

The NJ Senate narrowly passed S866, a bill to legalize commercial gestational surrogacy bill by a vote of 21-13 on February 5th. This is the same bill Governor Christie vetoed in 2012. To find out more on the bill, Read and Read. To find out how your Senator voted, click here.

                              


1. Please email and call your 2 Assembly members and urge them to Vote No. You can send a pre-written message to your 2 Assembly members by using this link. 

You can also call 1-800-792-8630 to find out who your two assembly members are, or follow this link  to find your 2 Assembly members. (Once you obtain this information, you should keep their names, email addresses and phone numbers for future use).

2. Call and email the Governor. Thank him for vetoing the gestational carrier bill in the past and urge him to please veto S866/A2648 if it reaches his desk.
  • Call the Governor: 609 292-6000
  • Email the Governor Here

New Jersey Right to Life is the premier, state, non-profit, grassroots organization dedicated to protecting and fostering the most basic value of our society - human life. We promote, uphold, and support reverence and respect for all innocent human life from conception to natural death, without regard to condition, or circumstances of conception, quality, age, race, religion, creed, or color, whether born or pre-born.  

For more information on this organization or learn how to become involved, follow this link. 

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