Citizens For Life, Liberty, & The Pursuit Of Happiness

Americans United For Life did an investigation into abortion clinics:

 

What they found was disturbing!  Is this happening at RI's Planned Parenthood?

 

When do unborn children become Americans?

Rhode Island Progressives are trying to legalize the killing of an unborn baby – for any reason – UP UNTIL BIRTH. We're calling on every citizen with a sense of human compassion in the Ocean State to mobilize and show the Rhode Island legislature this is NOT an American value.

This morning, somewhere in Rhode Island a mother got to hold her baby for the first time. Under this new law, that same baby could have been legally killed just moments earlier. Let us not forget the barbaric procedure required to abort a baby so close to birth involves crushing the skull and dismembering the body.

These are not exaggerations. These are facts. And they could soon be legal in Rhode Island. 

We will grieve for the thousands of innocent unborn girls and boys of Rhode Island who will perish as a result of this despicable legislation. But we won’t just grieve… As God is our witness, we will FIGHT.

Contact us at CitizensForLifeRI@gmail.com

H5125A would bring this to Rhode Island. Please watch the video now.

Abortion Law Facts By The Numbers:

  • Over 30 Rhode Island lawyers agree that Amended H 5125 and S152 would allow abortions up to moment of birth
  • Maternal mortality rate risk increases for every week after 8 weeks gestation accordingto American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians & Gyneologists.  “Abortion, including later in pregnancy is not healthcare.”
  • 15,000+ petition signatures against H 5721/5 in less than a month
  • 500+ pro-life rally participants at Statehouse on 2-26-19
  • 74% Rhode Islanders oppose abortion in second and third trimesters in gold standard poll (click here for more info)
  • RI Constitution: “Nothing in this section shall be construed to grant or secure any right relating to abortion or the funding thereof.” (Section 2)
  • Roe v. Wade: “The stage subsequent to (fetal) viability, the State in promoting its interest in the potentiality of human life, may, if it chooses, regulate and even proscribe/[prohibit] abortion.”**

and

  • “The very notion that the State has a substantial interest in potential life lead to the conclusion that not all regulations must be deemed unwarranted. Not all burdens on the right to decide whether to terminate a pregnancy will be undue.”**

Do your voters want to have an abortion clinic on every corner like nail salons and fast food joints?  By the way, these laws allow non-physicians to perform late term abortions which puts women’s health at risk for infection and death.

 


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    Citizens for Life Clarifies Methodology of Recent Poll

    Press Release February 15, 2019FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Citizens for Life Clarifies Methodology of Recent Poll 93% of Rhode Islanders believe abortion should not be top priority for lawmakers, 69% oppose late-term abortions legalized by RHCA PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND – Citizens for Life released additional data from the poll they conducted earlier this week showing that Rhode Islanders opposed partial birth and late term abortions, both of which would be permitted under the Reproductive Health Care Act (RHCA) currently pending before the General Assembly. While RHCA supporters have tried to discredit the poll, it is clear Rhode Islanders reject their extreme position. “Rhode Islanders, like Americans, do not want to legalize the abortion of a viable baby that could survive and even thrive outside the womb,” said Citizens for Life organizer Carey Jeffrey. “Whether we looked at Democrats or Republicans, liberals or conservatives, the data was clear - this bill is too extreme for average Rhode Islanders.” While the debate around abortion focuses on a pro-life/pro-choice binary, Rhode Islanders hold nuanced opinions about the issue. Only 12% believe abortion should be illegal in all circumstances, and only 22% believe in should always be legal. Late term abortions, which would be legal under the RHCA, are opposed by 69% of voters, including 59% of Democrats. Only 7% of voters think the General Assembly should make abortion legislation their top priority. According to the poll, Rhode Islanders want lawmakers to prioritize education, the economy, infrastructure, and eliminating public corruption. Cygnal Research conducted the poll, which surveyed 700 Rhode Island voters. In 2018, New York Times’ polling expert Nate Cohn rated Cygnal the most accurate firm during the runup to the midterm elections. In contrast, the UNH Survey Center, which conducted the poll cited by RHCA supporters, was rated as the second-least accurate pollster by 538.com data guru Nate Silver. Silver described UNH’s survey research as “simply way off the mark.” Yet abortion extremists continue to cite the UNH poll, though there was only one question about abortion, which did not explain what type of abortion was being surveyed. “We earned the mantle of ‘most reliable polling firm in the nation’ by fielding reliable surveys,” said Matt Hubbard, Cygnal’s Vice President of Research and Analytics. “As with all our surveys, we followed best practices such as rotating responses and presenting the questions to respondents in the way legislators are considering the bill.” In the spirit of transparency, the poll’s crosstabs have been included with this release and will be available on the Citizens for Life website. Click the links below to download: Top Lines Crosstabs
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