Latest edition of NRL News is ready to be read and downloaded

By Dave Andrusko

June’s jam-packed digital edition of National Right to Life News is now online and ready to be read and/or downloaded.

This issue of the “pro-life newspaper of record” is 41-pages-long and is must reading now that the National Right to Life convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is only 15 days away.

One of our two front page stories is about NRL 2017, which includes five general sessions, a Friday morning Prayer Breakfast, and a closing Banquet. But the real bread-and -butter discussions will take place in 66 workshops for adults where you will listen to and interact with experts in every conceivable area of interest to pro-lifers.

Our other page one story is about the Georgia 6 special election to replace Rep. Tom Price who is now the Secretary of Health and Human Services. It is a straight up pro-life (Republican Karen Handel) pro-abortion (Democrat Jon Ossoff) contest in which Ossoff is spending an unprecedented amount of money.

The June digital edition keeps you up to date with timely stories about Planned Parenthood, battles against assisted suicide, and the latest shenanigans from the pro-abortion Democratic party.

But the issue is more concerned with a bevy of life-affirming accounts. For example, two “miracle” twins who were given no chance to survive will be going home soon.

There are examples of abortion alternatives, such as the Hartford Women’s Center. And there is an uplifting demonstration of how bogus is the charge pro-lifers only care about children until they are born.

But, as always, NRL News is running stories about abortion and assisted suicide worldwide. The anti-life ethos is nothing if not inherently expansionary.

There is much, much more in the June issue,  including a powerful account of a couple that refused to abort when they learned their child has a devastating fetal anomaly and a look at a wonderful speech delivered at the UN by a woman with Down syndrome.

Please begin reading the issue today and please forward it to friends and family.

P.S. It’s not too late to register for the convention and save a lot of money in the process. Go to nrlconvention.com/register.