By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life Debbie Baer, President of Aiken County Citizens for Life, had a wonderful report from the Aiken County Fair this year. A woman approached the pro-life booth Debbie was staffing and told Debbie that her daughter-in-law recently found she was unexpectedly pregnant and planned to have an …Continue reading "Did you know that information from a pro-life fair booth saves unborn babies’ lives?"
By Holly Gatling, Executive Director South Carolina Citizens for Life will celebrate its Proudly Pro-Life Weekend January 5-6 with a dinner Friday night followed Saturday by the 45th Annual Stand Up for Life March and Rally at the State Capitol in Columbia, S.C. This year’s theme is “The Past, the Present, and the Future.” Long-term …Continue reading "SCCL to celebrate Proudly Pro-Life Weekend January 5-6"
By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life Editor’s note. This appeared in the current digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to share the contents of the latest issue of the “pro-life newspaper of record” with pro-life family and friends. The beautiful South Carolina Citizens for Life logo …Continue reading "SCCL Sign Vandalized on Life Chain Weekend"
South Carolina lawmakers are considering H 4223, a bill that would create a compelling state interest in protecting unborn children capable of feeling pain from death by abortion. To date, 10 other states have passed laws that protect the pain-capable unborn child. The U.S. Senate also is considering similar legislation and the U.S. House …Continue reading "NRLC director of State Legislation testifies in South Carolina in favor of Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act"
South Carolina Citizens for Life held its first official Proudly Pro-Life Dinner on Friday, January 11, 2013, at Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church in Columbia, S.C. Newly appointed U.S. Senator Tim Scott, R, S.C., made a surprise appearance and wowed the crowd with his strongly pro-life remarks. Internationally acclaimed photojournalist Michael Clancy was …Continue reading "South Carolina Citizens for Life Commemorates Roe v. Wade with Proudly Pro-Life Dinner and “Stand Up for Life” March and Rally"
By Holly Gatling, Executive director,South Carolina Citizens for Life In the small town of Chester, South Carolina, a tiny baby boy was buried Tuesday. The obituary in the local newspaper states Infant Tavaris Jordan “passed away Thursday, April 26, 2012.” What the obituary does not say is that Baby Tavaris was unborn when his mother …Continue reading "Baby in South Carolina is the second victim of a crime — somebody explain the law to the law professor"
COLUMBIA, S.C. –South Carolina Citizens for Life Political Action Committee (SCCL PAC) has joined the National Right to Life Committee Political Action Committee in endorsing Mitt Romney for President of the United States. SCCL is South Carolina’s oldest single-issue prolife organization. SCCL President Lisa Van Riper said, “While the primary season can often be divisive, …Continue reading "South Carolina Citizens for Life PAC Endorses Mitt Romney for President"
COLUMBIA, S.C. – A State Senate Judiciary subcommittee Wednesday unanimously passed a version of the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act (BAIPA) that defines an infant born alive as a person even if the baby survives an abortion attempt. Basically the bill means that babies who are born alive under any circumstances cannot be treated as medical …Continue reading "South Carolina Senate Panel OKs Born-Alive Infant Protection Act ; Measure already approved by House"