January 23, 2017 Trenton Rally for Life and January 27, 2017 Washington, D.C. March for Life

Updated!  Please note that the Rally for Life in Trenton and the March for Life in Washington, D.C. will take place on different days in 2017 so we hope you will attend both events! Information on the Trenton Rally for Life, Monday, January 23, 2017 January 23, 2017 – Mass for Life at Trenton Cathedral at 9:30 a.m.; Rally for Life at Statehouse at 11 … Continue reading

Babies in the Womb Feel Pain: Please Support A3452/S2026, the NJ Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

  There is substantial medical evidence that babies in the womb feel pain at a very early stage of gestation.  Thanks to advances in medicine, babies as young as 20 weeks post-fertilization can survive and thrive with appropriate care and treatment.  Experts in the field of Maternal-Fetal medicine routinely administer pain medication as standard medical practice because they recognize these babies as patients. There have … Continue reading

Lack of safeguards worries advocates and opponents on both sides of suicide debate

Kyle Munson and Jason Clayworth , Des Moines Register 7:02 a.m. CST November 25, 2016 Betsy Davis was too weak to kill herself. So when it came time to end her life under a new California law for the terminally ill, her caregivers propped her up and held the cup as she drank a fatal mix of prescription drugs. But physical assistance in taking the toxic … Continue reading

Take Action to stop Physician Assisted Suicide poison in NJ!

Update:  The Senate Health Committee released A2451/2474 from Committee on 11/3/16 by a vote of 5-3 with one abstention.  Please take the action listed below immediately! The full Assembly passed A2451, the Physician Assisted Suicide bill on 10/20/16. Below is the 10/20/16 Assembly Roll Call Vote on A2451. Action needed:  Call your state Senator and urge him/her to vote NO on A2451/S2474, Then call Gov Christie and urge … Continue reading

The Life-Saving Amendment by Congressman Chris Smith – NJ

Read NJ Rep. Chris Smith’s Op-ed printed in the Washington Times about the Life-Saving Hyde Amendment.  Two Million Americans are alive today because of the Hyde Amendment.  Read the Op here:  rep-chris-smith-on-hyde-amendment

NJ Attorney General Pursues Case against abortionists Steven Brigham and Vikram Kaji

Attorney general says banned doctor still running Englewood abortion clinic BY MARY JO LAYTON AND RICHARD NEWMAN STAFF WRITERS | THE RECORD An abortion doctor who lost his license in New Jersey and has been banned from practicing in other states is illegally exerting control over women’s clinics in Englewood and several other locations, the state attorney general has charged. AP FILE PHOTO Dr. Steven C. … Continue reading

**Updated 8/2/16 ** Physician Assisted Suicide Bill (A2451/S2474) Reintroduced in Both Houses. Take Action

  **Updated 8/2/16** “No matter how much proponents try to portray their support for this misguided bill as compassionate, the reality is that the bill is anything but,” said Marie Tasy, executive director for New Jersey Right to Life. “The legislation is deeply flawed and will place the lives of our most vulnerable populations at risk of misdiagnosis, coercion and abuse.” Senator Nicholas Scutari (D-22) reintroduced The Senate version … Continue reading

NJRTL appears as invited guest on CNN Town Hall Mtg with Speaker Paul Ryan, view the video

On July 12, 2016, NJRTL Executive Director was an invited guest on CNN’s Town Hall Meeting with the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Paul Ryan. In the segment, Speaker Paul Ryan reiterates his strong pro-life position.   The segment was hosted by Jake Tapper.  You can watch the video by clicking on the link HERE  

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Upcoming Events

2017 RALLY FOR LIFE 11am – 1pm
State House Steps - NJ Capital (Trenton)
2017 Washington, D.C. March for Life, January 27, 2017
Rally will take place at noon on the grounds of the Washington Monument, near the corner of 15th Street and Constitution Avenue. Following the Rally, the March will begin on Constitution Avenue between 15th and 17th Streets at approximately 1:00 pm.