Breaking News: Governor Murphy Signs Assisted Suicide bill

  New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law today a bill targeting elderly and disabled people that legalizes assisted suicide statewide. Six states (California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, and Vermont) and Washington D.C. permit the dangerous practice of allowing physicians to write lethal prescriptions to certain groups of persons to kill themselves. New Jersey works on a system where a bill must achieve 41 … Continue reading

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Go See #UnplannedMovie: What She Saw Changed Everything

THE STORY Unplanned is the inspiring true story of one woman’s journey of transformation. ​All Abby Johnson ever wanted to do was help women. As one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in the nation, she was involved in upwards of 22,000 abortions and counseled countless women about their reproductive choices. Her passion surrounding a woman’s right to choose even led her to become a … Continue reading

Urgent: Senate and Assembly to Vote on Assisted Suicide Bill (A1504/S1072) on Monday, March 25, 2019

On Monday, March 25, 2019, Both Houses of the Legislature will vote on the Assisted Suicide legislation (A1504/S1072) on Monday, March 25, 2019. Please contact your State Senator and two Assembly Members and urge them to Vote No on A1504/S1072.  You can take action by clicking on “Legislation” in the section above.

NJ Abortion Clinic Dr Found Incompetent. What Happens to the Troubled Clinics?

by Marie McCullough, Updated: January 31, 2019 A judge has recommended yanking the medical license of Vikram Kaji, the 82-year-old, stroke-impaired director of a chain of abortion clinics in New Jersey, concluding he is not competent to practice medicine. But the ruling says nothing about the implications for those clinics, which the state attorney general alleges were illegally transferred to Kaji by discredited abortion provider Steven C. … Continue reading

NJ Senate Health Committee Replaces two Senators to get votes to release Assisted Suicide Bill

On February 7, 2019,  the Senate Health and Human Services Committee released S1072, the NJ Assisted Suicide bill from Committee.  The bill can now be voted on at any time in the full Senate. The Assembly bill (A1504) is cirrently awaiting a vote by the full Assembly Please contact your State Senator and two assembly members now and urge them to Vote No on A1504/S1072. … Continue reading

Canadian Doctors Get Ready for Child Euthanasia

Canadian Doctors Get Ready for Child Euthanasia By WESLEY J. SMITH November 5, 2018  In the United States’ most culturally aligned nation, a race toward the once-unthinkable accelerates.It never made any sense. The assurance that active euthanasia would always be limited to terminally ill, competent adults just never made any sense. Here’s the problem: Once a society widely supports eliminating suffering by eliminating the sufferer and redefines as … Continue reading

I Depend on Life-Support To Stay Alive. Why I Oppose Assisted Suicide Laws by Diane Coleman, CEO of Not Dead Yet

Updated Oct 26; Posted Oct 26 “People who need home care shouldn’t be treated as disposable,” says Diane Coleman, CEO of Not Dead Yet, a national disability rights group, founded to oppose legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia. (Courtesy of Diane Coleman) By Star-Ledger Guest Columnist By Diane Coleman  I have an advanced neuromuscular condition and must use breathing support with a mask 18 hours a day. As a severely … Continue reading

See How Your 2 State Assembly Members and State Senator voted on Radical Pro-Abortion Resolution, AR181/SR96

  On September 27, 2018, the NJ State Assembly Scheduled a Vote on AR 181, a totally political Resolution that exemplified abortion extremism at its worst. On October 29, 2018,  the NJ State Senate voted on SR96, the companion Resolution to AR181. Click below to see how your 2 State Assembly Members and State Senator Voted.  Please thank your State Assembly Members and State Senator … Continue reading