Voices For Life

Voices for Life is an e-publication dedicated to informing and educating the public on pro-life and pro-family issues. We cover issues from conception until natural death, as well as all family life issues.

Monday, March 9, 2015

Wanted: Dead or Not Alive‏


Colorado Lawmakers Vote Against Bill that Would Protect Infants Born Alive During Abortion, Despite Appeals



From Americans United for Life
Bench Briefs


“How can we ignore the humanity of newborns that the abortion lobby wants dead or not alive, no matter the circumstances,” said AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest.

Astonishingly, the most basic of pro-life measures failed last week, as abortion advocates in the Colorado House Public Health Care & Human Services Committee actually voted against a measure that would give life-continuing care to an infant born during an abortion. Americans United for Life President and CEO Dr. Charmaine Yoest was in Denver on Tuesday, both testifying before the committee and advocating for women and children born and unborn.

“This is not over,” said Dr. Yoest. “Babies born under difficult and even dangerous circumstances deserve the respect and care due all people. Americans United for Life Action will be back, asking Colorado legislators to support humane treatment of newly born infants who do not deserve abandonment and death.” Click here to read her testimony.

Nationwide activist media is up in arms as more than 100 life-related bills are being debated in legislatures, inspired by AUL and others “that specialize in pioneering new bills.” To learn more about life-affirming legislation, check out “the playbook, Defending Life".

Read more here

Americans United for Life, the nation’s premier pro-life legal team, works through the law and legislative process to one end: Achieving comprehensive legal protection for human life from conception to natural death. The nonprofit, public-interest law and policy organization holds the unique distinction of being the first national pro-life organization in America— incorporated in 1971, before the infamous Roe v. Wade decision.


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