The Wisconsin State Assembly will be voting Tuesday, January 21st on Assembly Joint Resolution (AJR) 118, legislation proclaiming January 22nd, the infamous anniversary of the Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court ruling that gave our country abortion on demand, as “Protect Life Day.”
The pro-life movement is founded on the bedrock principle that all human beings, at all stages of their development, deserve equal protection under the law. To that end, State Representatives Joe Sanfelippo (R-New Berlin) and Janel Brandtjen (R-Menomonee Falls) and State Senator Andre Jacque (R-De Pere) have begun circulating for co-sponsorship the Wisconsin Personhood Amendment, legislation that extends the inalienable right to life already found in the Wisconsin Constitution to all preborn children from the beginning of their lives.
Over 20 pro-lifers gathered with Pro-Life Wisconsin on the sidewalks outside Affiliated Medical Services (AMS) on a cold Saturday morning around a large empty manger. The empty manger is symbolic of the 61 million empty cribs because of abortion but also an undeniable reminder of the personhood of the Christ Child and the anticipation of His coming.
The March for Life is your best opportunity to strengthen your pro-life activism, to gain new perspectives in your efforts, and save lives. We handle all the travel logistics and with over a dozen pick-up locations, we make it easy for you to experience the March for Life.
With your help, Pro-Life Wisconsin will continue to lead the fight against AB 304 and SB 286 in the Wisconsin Senate. We MUST stop this legislation in the Senate! If the Senate passes AB 304/SB 286, Governor Evers will surely sign the bill into law.
This year the Capitol Christmas Tree was dubbed the “Holiday Tree” by Governor Tony Evers, and on Friday, November 8, 2019 Evers announced that the theme of the tree would be “Celebrate Science.” Wisconsin students were asked to create themed ornaments for the tree and send them to the capitol to be displayed throughout the season. One local Christian school got creative. Bethlehem Lutheran School in Sheboygan, Wisconsin decided to send a clear message to the governor about the true meaning of the season and science no less.
One of the most common arguments we hear—especially from feminists—in support of abortion is that it empowers women. Abortion is argued to be a good thing for women, and some might go so far as to say it is necessary for women to keep their current status in society because it empowers women to live the lives they want.