Over 350 people attended the annual Rally for Life in Montpelier, to commemorate the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision. Melissa Ohden, the survivor of a failed saline infusion abortion in 1977, was the featured speaker. Despite the initial concerns regarding Melissa’s future after surviving the attempt to end her life, and… Read more »
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Forty years after the infamous Roe v. Wade decision, many people are unaware of the facts of fetal development and abortion. The Vermont Right to Life Educational Trust Fund has developed a radio ad to be aired as part of a series of projects to mark the 40th anniversary of that U.S. Supreme Court decision,… Read more »
On Tuesday, November 6th the voters of Massachusetts defeated a ballot initiative that would have legalized physician-assisted suicide. A few weeks ago, the polls in Massachusetts showed support for the ballot initiative on physician-assisted suicide running 68% in favor to 19% opposed. However, due to the combined efforts of Second Thoughts, an organization that represents the disability community, along with members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, Hospice, churches and… Read more »
The Standing Together ~ Defending Life 40th Anniversary Event at the Sheraton in Burlington drew 400 pro-lifers from all across the State. Most exciting was the fact that over 85 of those in attendance were high school and college-age students! They filled the private reception room to hear from Lila Rose a few hours before… Read more »
On Saturday, October 20th, VRLC will host a dinner at the Sheraton in Burlington. The theme of the evening is Standing Together ~ Defending Life. Pro-lifers will be given a preview of upcoming activities marking the 40th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion on demand throughout the United States. Guest… Read more »
The honor of your presence is requested to commemorate 40 years of upholding the sanctity of human life Saturday, October 20, 2012 Emerald Ballroom ~ Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center ~ Burlington, Vermont
Three Vermont couples who believe that, “killing is not compassion, and our end-of-life choices should respect the dignity of all Vermont citizens,” have come together to form True Dignity Vermont to oppose efforts to legalize assisted suicide in Vermont. Click here to visit their website.