NJ Democrat Leaders Plan Vote to Replace Title X Funds to Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz. Take Action Now!

Update: 8/27/19 Note to our viewers: 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 in September to give them $9.5 M Million more – all because Planned Parenthood will not agree to comply with Federal Title X … Continue reading

Murphy Administration Asks NJ Supreme Court to remove injunction on assisted suicide law

8/19/19 Murphy admin asks Supreme Court to end halt on doctor-assisted suicide law  

Judge Halts NJ Assisted Suicide Law

Judge halts N.J.’s Aid in Dying law August 15, 2019 Gov. Phil Murphy signed the “Aid in Dying” law in April allowing terminally ill people to obtain a prescription to end their lives. By Susan K. Livio | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com A state judge has granted a request to stop New Jersey’s “aid in dying” law from taking effect, preventing any physician from writing a lethal … Continue reading

NJ Assisted Suicide law goes into effect 8/1/19 – A Truly Sad Day for the Garden State

Note to our website visitors: Below is an article on NJ’s Assisted Suicide law which goes into effect on 8/1/19.  At the urging of the pro-death lobbying group, Compassion & Choices, sponsors of the legislation agreed to change the title of  the legislation to the “NJ Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act” to make it more palatable and marketable to the public. … Continue reading

72nd Newborn Saved Through NJ Safe Haven Law Renews Push for Education Legislation

Update: Bill A1380/S1126 was finally signed into law on 8/23/19. It is not certain whether the law was signed in enough time to be implemented in time for the 2019-2020 school year.   Bill A1380/S1126 passed both Houses of the Legislature and has been sitting on Governor Murphy’s desk awaiting his signature since June.  Please urge the Governor to sign this bill into law so … Continue reading

Protect the Religious Employer Exemption in NJ Health Insurance Plans. Take Action!

S3804/A5508 is part of a package of bills that the Governor and the legislature are supporting to create a New Jersey version of the federal Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act of 2010. Unfortunately, the bills would expand insurance coverage for abortion inducing drugs. The bill also removes the exemption in current law for religious employers to provide coverage for female contraceptives if the required … Continue reading

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Title X Rule, Planned Parenthood has to separate facilities from those that do abortions

  By Susan K. Livio | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Family planning and women’s health clinics across the country that accept a federal grant to serve low-income people are forbidden from discussing abortion with their patients, according to a federal court decision Thursday that upheld a controversial rule proposed by the Trump administration. Planned Parenthood, which led the fight against what it is calling a gag … Continue reading

6/20/19 Assembly and Senate Vote Tallies on $10.453M Supplemental Approps Bill to Fund Planned Parenthood

  Click hyperlink below to see how your two Assembly Members Voted:  Assembly Vote on A5610/S3984 Click hyperlink below to see how your State Senator Voted:  Senate Vote on A5610/S3984

Please Support the NJ Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act

  Support the NJ Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act A5287/S3905, Click here to view Sadly, Abortions are legal in NJ for the entire nine months of pregnancy for any reason.  Additionally, there are no legal protections for babies who survive an abortion. Last January, NY passed one of the most extreme abortion laws in the nation that removed all existing legal protections for babies … Continue reading

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