On November 25, 2019, the full NJ Assembly approved Bill A5802, to give $9.5 Million in taxpayer revenue to Planned Parenthood’s Abortion Business. To see how your 2 Assembly Members voted, Go here: Assembly Vote on A5802 All Democrat Members Present Voted Yes, except Asm. Joseph Egan and Asm. Tom Giblin, who abstained. All Republican Members Present Voted No, except Asm. Kevin Rooney who didn’t … Continue reading
11-22-2019 Raffle Drawing All the winners of the 2019 Raffle have been notified. You can call the office at 732 562 0562 or email email@example.com after 12/1/19 during regular business hours for more information. Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for your support.
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N.J.’s highest court upholds law giving terminally ill patients the option to end their lives The state’s controversial “Aid in Dying” law won the support of the state Supreme Court Tuesday afternoon, upholding a decision from earlier in the day dismissing a restraining order that prevented patients from pursuing their own death. The “Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act” Gov. Phil Murphysigned in April took effect Aug. 1, but … Continue reading
Update: 8/27/19 Note to our supporters: The Murphy administration has already allocated $10.5 million of our state tax dollars to Planned Parenthood in this year’s budget. Now his administration and leaders in both houses of the legislature are planning to schedule votes after the November election to give the abortion business $9.5 M Million more – all because Planned Parenthood will not agree to comply … Continue reading
8/19/19 Murphy admin asks Supreme Court to end halt on doctor-assisted suicide law