LARTL and Others Petition Supreme Court:
End Loopholes for Abortion Businesses!
The Louisiana Supreme Court case oral arguments may still be two months out, but important milestones in the case have just passed: Louisiana, through AG Jeff Landry, filed its brief, and proponents of our law have filed amicus briefs. Together with National Right to Life, we filed our own brief, urging the court to retire from its role as the national abortion medical board. In addition, over 80 Louisiana legislators and over 200 Senate and House members have signed briefs as well.

There is support nationwide for the Unsafe Abortion Protection Act we led in 2014. It's time the Supreme Court hears this call and ends loopholes for abortion businesses!

For a Pro-Life Louisiana,
Benjamin Clapper

P.S. In addition to our New Orleans Proudly Pro-Life Gala , you can celebrate 50 years of Louisiana Right to Life at our Cenla Proudly Pro-Life Dinner on Thursday Jan. 30 in Pineville. Get tickets now! Former abortionist Dr. Haywood Robinson will be our keynote speaker.
A Limited Number of Tickets Remain for the Proudly Pro-Life Gala; Get Yours Today!
A limited number of tickets remain available for this month's Proudly Pro-Life Gala in downtown New Orleans, a special event celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of Louisiana Right to Life and New Orleans Right to Life. Actor and adoption advocate Kirk Cameron will be the guest speaker, and House Republican Whip Steve Scalise will be the night's honoree.

207 House and Senate Members, Trump Administration File Briefs Supporting La. Law
House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.), Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Congressman Mike Johnson (R-La.) led 207 members of Congress in filing an amicus brief in the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case June Medical Services v. Gee, defending Louisiana’s pro-life law that would require all abortion providers to have admitting privileges at local hospitals when emergencies arise. The U.S. Justice Department also filed a brief in the case, as did Louisiana and National Right to Life. Arguments are set for March 4.

Please join us for the first Cenla Proudly Pro-Life Dinner on Thursday, Jan. 30 on the campus of Louisiana College in Pineville. This event is an outgrowth of the Cenla Pro-Life Prayer Breakfast, held the past several years. Funds raised at the dinner will be used to support the Louisiana Life March Cenla and other pro-life education and outreach efforts in the Central Louisiana region. Former abortionist Dr. Haywood Robinson will be guest speaker. Sponsorships and tickets are now available.
Will you show your love for life by joining us for one of FIVE Louisiana Life March events in Louisiana in the coming weeks? One is sure to be close to you, and each will provide a chance for you to stand and march with other pro-life citizens and show your support of mothers and babies. The 2020 theme is "Louisiana Loves Life." Each Life March will feature the march and a program of music, testimony, and more. Watch our promo video and find out more by clicking below!
If you are in the New Orleans area at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 15, please attend the annual Memorial for the Unborn prayer service. Archbishop Gregory Aymond will preside over the service at the Holy Innocents Prayer Garden in St. Patrick Cemetery No. 1. The event is hosted by the Archdiocese of New Orleans, New Orleans Catholic Cemeteries, and Louisiana Right to Life. All are welcome, especially Catholic school students.
On Jan. 22, 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated the third Sunday of January as National Sanctity of Human Life Day. We encourage Louisiana churches and pastors to utilize this day to raise awareness about what the Bible teaches about the sacred gift of human life, how life is under attack, and what the church can do protect the sanctity of life. We can provide resources to make your observance of SOHLS even more special.
Nearly 1,500 high school and college students will attend Louisiana Right to Life's annual Geaux Forth Rally in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 23, the day before the national March for Life. Geaux Forth includes music, fun, and testimony aimed at getting students fired up for their participation in the march. Follow LARTL in Washington, D.C. on Facebook and Instagram.
Two PULSE Immersion Weekend events will be held in March (Baton Rouge and Covington) where high school and college students will be educated, trained, and inspired to become pro-life leaders. With engaging speakers and testimonies, students will be educated on the pro-life issues and inspired to make a difference. There will also be hands-on activism, games and activities. Watch video here!
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