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NRLC May Newsletter

Check out the National Right to Life Monthly Newsletter for May.  Included this month are twenty seven stories, the President’s column, an editorial, and a two-page ad for the pro-life educational event of the year ­the annual NRLC Convention June 26-28 in Louisville.

Since November 1973, NRLC has covered the pro-life news across the country. There are stories about the wonderful news that abortions have dropped to the lowest number in decades, passage of state legislation, grassroots pro-life contributions, the impact of ObamaCare, elections, the latest examples of pro-abortion actions, prenatal development (and babies with negative prenatal diagnoses whose parents refused to abort them)­to name just a handful.

Georgia Life Alliance will be attending the Convention and we’d love to see as many Georgians as can come. So, if you register, please let us know so we can be sure to meet you in Louisville. It would be wonderful to have a good showing for Georgia. Write to us at: [email protected]

You can register for the Convention here.  We look forward to seeing you!





ROME, GA – The Georgia Life Alliance (GLA) has released the results of the 2014 Primary Candidate Questionnaire. GLA surveyed candidates in contested State House and State Senate primaries on issues concerning life.

“As Georgia’s newest pro-life organization and official National Right to Life affiliate, we look forward to playing an increasing role in informing Georgia’s voters of where candidates and elected officials stand on the issues of Life,” said GLA Executive Director Emily Matson. “We are pleased with the number of responses we’ve received for this first round of questionnaires and plan on seeing an even bigger response in the future.”

Some campaigns did not respond to multiple inquiries from GLA, while two State House candidates, Republican Beth Beskin and Democrat Yasmin Neal, directly refused to fill out the questionnaire.

To see the list of which candidates responded in each race, visit You will also find the full results of each candidate’s individual questionnaire.

The Georgia Life Alliance advocates for the vulnerable, the abandoned, and the defenseless: the baby still in her mother’s womb, the orphaned child desperate for a safe and loving home, and the woman who finds herself in a desperate situation.

We will work tirelessly to bring attention and healing to the struggles of the unborn and other at-risk groups, endeavoring to help secure life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all Georgians.

Emily Matson, Executive Director
Georgia Life Alliance
[email protected]