Voices For Life

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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

NJ Gestational Surrogacy Bill-ACTION NEEDED!‏



from Marie Tasy, Executive Director
New Jersey Right to Life


The NJ Assembly passed S866/A2648, the Gestational Surrogacy Bill, on May 14, 2015 by a vote of 43-25-3. The bill is now sitting on the Governor's desk. Please ask Governor Christie to veto this legislation as noted in the action item below.

See how your Two Assembly members voted here

The Senate passed the bill previously on February 5, 2015. See how your State Senator voted here.  Please note that this is State Legislation passed by your State Legislators who represent you in Trenton.


                                


 Email and call Governor Christie immediately. Thank him for vetoing the gestational carrier bill in the past and urge him to veto S866/A2648 once again. Phone number for Governor Christie is 609-292-6000 
Click on the hyperlink below to email the Governor (Select "Health" from the topic menu, then "Family Health" from the subtopic menu)
Email the Governor here 

Please visit www.stopsurrogacynow.com campaign to learn more about this issue and to help stop the exploitation of women and children through surrogacy. 

New Jersey Right to Life Committee, Inc. (NJRTL) is the state’s largest and most active pro-life, non-partisan organization dedicated to protecting and fostering the most basic value of our society – human life. As the premier pro-life organization in NJ, we continue to lead the effort on all public policy matters concerning the sanctity of human life at the state and federal level. 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 NJRTL, use this link. 


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