Please permit the Life Amendment Coalition to underscore our firm support for both federal legislation and various constructive Life groups and movements intent on ending abortion in the U.S.
A8: No. Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation did not end slavery. Amendment 13 was needed to complete the process of ending slavery in all of America forever.
A9. While we commend any legislative effort to save lives, recent history shows that the courts will likely strike down legislation which reduces abortions. … Continue reading →
A10. The Life Amendment would prohibit “birth control” methods that result in the deaths of human beings.
A11. Embryonic stem cell research results in the death of human beings, which is inconsistent with the Life Amendment. Research involving only adult stem cells (including umbilical cord stem cells) would be acceptable.
A12. The Lesser Magistrate Doctrine is an essential stopgap approach, but it is not a permanent solution. It will not end our national policy of shedding innocent blood. … Continue reading →
A13. Almost everyone calling for a Life Amendment has been involved for decades in efforts to save babies. We can work for a permanent end to the killing while continuing to save babies and moms from abortion every day.
A14. No. Seeking to pass the Life Amendment will provide many opportunities to educate the public and to motivate local action against abortion. … Continue reading →
A15. Public opinion is changing. … Continue reading →
A16. In the midst of diverse efforts to save babies and moms from abortion, the Life Amendment gives hope to the pro-life movement at large, by showing that a very realistic end game strategy can result in a final end … Continue reading →