By Katie Franklin Marking a major victory for the pro-life community in Ypsilanti, Michigan, a pregnancy center called Family Life Services recently moved into an unlikely space: the building of a former Planned Parenthood. As the center settles into its new location, its executive director, Karalee Robison, is still marveling at all of the events …Continue reading "This Ex-Planned Parenthood is Now a Life-Saving Hub"
Editor’s note. This comes from Right to Life of Michigan, NRLC’s state affiliate. RTL of Michigan has run a monthly series looking back at historically significant prolife moments in the state’s history. This is the seventh and final entry. The question of where you go when you die is ages old. In the 1990s, euthanasia …Continue reading "A Look Back at 50 Years: 1998 and the defeat of a referendum to legalize doctor-prescribed death in Michigan"
By Right to Life of Michigan Lansing, Mich. — On Thursday, December 7, Michigan abortionist Michael Roth received a $798 fine and 18 months of probation for three felony convictions in Macomb County Circuit Court. The convictions stem from his suspected practice of illegal at-home abortions. “It’s outrageous that a man with a long record …Continue reading "Michigan Abortionist with long history of violations gets slap on the wrist for three felonies"
Editor’s note. This is the fifth entry in a monthly series Right to Life of Michigan will be running throughout 2017 looking back at historically significant profile moments in the state’s history. 1990 was a huge year for the prolife movement for two big reasons. There were a lot of minor teen abortions in Michigan. …Continue reading "1990 was a huge year for the prolife movement in Michigan"
By Right to Life of Michigan If you haven’t been following the news, a Sanilac County judge granted custody to a convicted rapist for a child he conceived following the 2008 abduction, torture, and rape of a young girl. Years later the mother was trying to get some federal aid for her son when her …Continue reading "Pro-abortion Rewire slams prolifer for helping rape survivor"
By Right to Life of Michigan Yesterday long-time Michigan abortionist Michael Roth pleaded no contest to three felonies in Macomb County Circuit Court. The convictions stem from his suspected practice of illegal at-home abortions. “These convictions should spell the end of his medical license,” Right to Life of Michigan President Barbara Listing said. “Unfortunately felonies …Continue reading "Car trunk abortionist pleads no contest to three felonies"
Editor’s note. This blog was posted today at Right to Life of Michigan, NRLC’s state affiliate. In a widely-reported case in Sanilac County has led to the first known court case involving Michigan’s Rape Survivor Child Custody Act of 2016. The Act increased legal protection for rape survivors facing child custody cases. Sanilac County Circuit …Continue reading "Michigan’s Rape Survivor Child Custody Act put to the test"
By Right to Life of Michigan Lansing, Mich. — Long-time Michigan abortionist Michael Roth had his medical license suspended Wednesday. The disciplinary action stems from a case involving Roth’s suspected practice of illegal at-home abortions. In September 2015 Roth was involved in an accident in Eastpointe, Mich., when his car struck a 31-year-old man with …Continue reading "Long-time Michigan abortionist’s medical license suspended"
By Right to Life of Michigan Detroit, Mich. — Yesterday Right to Life of Michigan visited three pregnancy centers located in Detroit to award them a total of $8,970 in grants. The grants represent a step towards increasing the prolife movement’s focus on addressing the high abortion rate in the city of Detroit. “This is …Continue reading "First pregnancy help grants address high abortion rate in Detroit"
By Right to Life of Michigan Last Monday the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced that the 200th infant has been surrendered under Michigan’s Safe Delivery of Newborns Act since 2001. Michigan’s Safe Delivery law allows mothers to legally and confidentially surrender unharmed newborns to emergency service providers up to 72 hours after …Continue reading "Michigan’s Safe Delivery law continues to save babies’ lives"
Right to Life of Michigan is disappointed that Governor Rick Snyder vetoed legislation to create a Choose Life specialty license plate in Michigan. Right to Life of Michigan President Barbara Listing said, “We hoped he would recognize this wonderful opportunity to provide care to pregnant women in need and help suicide prevention efforts.” Right to …Continue reading "Right to Life of Michigan is disappointed Governor Snyder vetoed the Choose Life plate bill"
It’s unclear if he will sign it or not We hope Governor Snyder will realize the wonderful opportunity this plate offers to support pregnant women in need. That’s where you come in! Starting on Thursday, June 8, 9:00 a.m., get everyone you can to call Gov. Snyder’s office in Lansing at 517-373-3400 with this message: …Continue reading "A bill to create a Choose Life license plate in Michigan is on the desk of Governor Rick Snyder"