Posts Categorized: Resources

Yes, You Can Help Stop Assisted-Suicides! Ask Your Pharmacist and Pharmacy to Decline to Participate in Assisting Suicide

Ask your Pharmacist if he or she intends to fill a prescription for a lethal dose of drugs. Ask if the pharmacy has established a policy relating to assisted-suicide drugs, and request a copy. Express your desire to use a pharmacy that does not participate in assisting suicides. See below for talking points if you… Read more »

Response to Associated Press article: “Feminists for Life chief rallies Vt. abortion foes”

When the President of Feminists for Life Serrin Foster came to the Vermont State House to advocate addressing the unmet needs of pregnant women through practical resources and support for the most vulnerable, a Planned Parenthood of Northern  New England spokeswoman responded by saying “In Vermont, we have great supports for all women who find themselves pregnant.” (“Feminists… Read more »

Doctor-Prescribed Suicide Law Is “Fatally Flawed” Vermont Organizations Call for Repeal

Vermont Right to Life will join with the Vermont Alliance for Ethical Healthcare and True Dignity Vermont in calling for the repeal of Act 39, the law that has legalized doctor-prescribed suicide.  Here are some of the reasons why Act 39 must be repealed and how it could be accomplished. Legislation to legalize doctor-prescribed suicide… Read more »

Mom, Dad and Unborn Baby Killed in New Hamphire Car Crash Driver will not face charges for unborn baby’s death

According to the New Hampshire Union Leader, a “Vermont couple killed in a crossover highway accident Saturday were expecting their first child in about a month,” the woman’s boss said Monday. Amanda Murphy, 24, was eight months pregnant and engaged to Jason Timmons, 29. All three died when their SUV was struck by a pickup… Read more »

Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones Order the NEW Vermont Protective Medical Decisions Document

As you know, a newly enacted Vermont law allows doctors to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs for  patients who have been diagnosed as terminally ill, It is important to know that physicians who promote doctor-prescribed suicide can and will influence a patient’s “choice” to commit suicide by presenting a lethal dose as an option… Read more »

Passage of More Pro-Life Laws Leads to Abortion Clinics Closings And Decreasing Numbers of Abortions

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, released its annual report on November 29, 2013, stating that “the availability of abortion providers” and “state regulations” lowered the abortion rate nationwide. Today, only 616 surgical abortion clinics remain in the U.S. from a high of 2,176 in 1991. This represents a 72% decline in abortion… Read more »

New Study Confirms Abortion Breast Cancer Link

It is common in the US for abortion advocates to claim that the risk of elective abortion is relatively trivial, and for major medical organizations to deny any link between abortion and breast cancer. Now a powerful new study from China published by Yubei Huang and colleagues suggests otherwise.  The article, a meta-analysis pooling 36… Read more »

More Trouble for Morning-After Pill Proponents European Manufacturer Warn Women Who Weigh Over 176 Pounds

The European manufacturer of an emergency contraceptive pill identical to Plan B, also known as the morning-after pill, will warn women that the drug is completely ineffective for women who weigh more than 176 pounds, and begins to lose effectiveness in women who weigh more than 165 pounds. HRA Pharma, the French manufacturer of the… Read more »

Planned Parenthood Is Expanding Services in Vermont

The tri-state Planned Parenthood of Northern New England has developed an expansion plan for Vermont.  While Vermont doles out a whopping $1.8 million in federal and state funds annually to Planned Parenthood, neighboring states like Maine and New Hampshire are fed up with Planned Parenthood’s deceptive practices and have cut their funding. New Hampshire also… Read more »

Morning-After Pill Fails to Prevent Pregnancy

“Plan B,” the “morning-after” contraceptive pill, which can be taken up to 72 hours after sex, was supposed to be the “magic bullet” for women who failed to plan ahead. When demanding unlimited access to emergency contraceptives, Planned Parenthood stated that “experts estimate that wider access to emergency contraceptives could prevent up to 1.7 million unintended… Read more »