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Chocolate, Roses, Storybook Romance, and Respect for Life

It’s February, and we are awash in hearts, chocolates, roses, and the hope of storybook romance.  While we can all appreciate starry eyes and moonlit nights, true love often doesn’t look like a Valentine’s Day greeting card. Sometimes love is … Continue reading

Backstage at the National March for Life

Stepping onto the stage and gazing out at thousands upon thousands of applauding people as far as the eye can see is not only indescribable, but also incredibly humbling. At the National March for Life in Washington D.C. this past … Continue reading

New Dates for the Illinois Primary and IRLA Voter Guides!

In a major departure from the norm, the Illinois Primaries will be held this year on Tuesday, June 28th, much later than their usual date in March. This is unprecedented for Illinois.  Why the change of date? The short answer … Continue reading

The Final Winter March Before Roe is Overturned

“When I think of the pro-life movement, equality is the first thing that comes to mind”. On January 15th, hundreds gathered in Rockford for the second annual Rockford Walk for Life. In my speech at the rally, I tried to … Continue reading

A Rallying Cry to the Midwest

The beating of the drums, chilling winds and slick sidewalks, crowds of people as far as the eye can see. For anyone who grew up in the Chicagoland area and regularly attended the March for Life Chicago as a child, … Continue reading

Ask Amy: What Happened Last Week? Chemical Abortions and PNA

Dear Amy, I heard that last week was a bad week for preborn babies and their moms. What happened? What can pro-lifers in Illinois do to help? –Ready for Action in Alton Late last week, while millions of people across … Continue reading

Supreme Court Lets Texas Heartbeat Law Stand

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Amy Gehrke, Executive Director 312-422-9300 [email protected] SUPREME COURT LETS TEXAS HEARTBEAT LAW STAND December 10, 2021 —- (CHICAGO) Today, the Court rendered its decision on whether Texas SB 8, the Heartbeat Law, can continue. Four … Continue reading