Only four states mandate that abortion providers have hospital admitting privileges.

What's for dinner?

We have the solution. Pro-Life Wisconsin's Meatless Fridays 2 cookbook is published!

After spending the summer compiling recipes from our supporters, staff, board members and pro-life leaders from around the country, Meatless Fridays 2 is complete.

We couldn't have published the cookbook without your support.

For this edition, your purchase includes both an online version and the hard copy for $18. If you order by Dec. 16, you'll have the cookbook in time for Christmas.

Call the Pro-Life Wisconsin office at (262) 796-1111 to order your copy, and we'll send it out as soon as they arrive.

Pro-Life News

LATE-TERM ABORTION: Warren Hern is 78 and has been providing safe, legal, late-term abortions for decades at his practice in Boulder, Colorado. But just a week before the Nov. 8 election, Hern was notified of the congressional investigation. PLW: Abortion is never safe for the child involved. We're glad these investigations into the selling of aborted baby body parts are happening, but Pro-Life Wisconsin absolutely opposes any violence against abortion providers.

SCOTLAND: The Scottish First Minister has said the Scottish government will look into the possibility of giving Northern Irish women free abortions. PLW: Protests over Ireland's Eighth Amendment, which states life begins at conception and outlaws abortion, are moving to other countries. It's clear that the culture of death will grow when information is lacking.

HOOSIERS FOR LIFE: Hoosiers For Life argues that because the Indiana Code already states that human life begins at conception, there should not be exceptions that allow women to terminate their pregnancy. PLW: If the Roe v. Wade decision is overturned under a newly appointed Supreme Court justice, the decision on abortion will be left to the states. And if states have personhood laws in place protecting the preborn, abortion will be outlawed.

STATES: As it stands, only seven states have laws in place allowing a woman to kill her preborn child. PLW: When Roe was decided, abortion was legal in very few states - the Supreme Court decision spread the "right to abortion," when it wasn't even popular. Many states that don't outright legalize abortion have exceptions, allowing abortion in some cases.

99 PERCENT: The Washington Post uncovers the real statistics behind Planned Parenthood's frequent citing that 99 percent of U.S. women have used birth control. PLW: The survey used shows that 88 percent of women used contraception - which was so loosely defined that it included Natural Family Planning methods. NFP is not contraception.

BIRTH CONTROL:Women came out in force "thanking" birth control for the freedom they have. This campaign serves to show that some think women can't "have it all" - a career, reach dreams, travel - unless she takes a pill to change herself. That's incredibly demeaning and sexist - not empowering. The entire campaign ignored the horrible side effects of hormonal birth control, like depression, weight gain and mood swings.

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Donate on Nov. 29 to help us put a pro-life ad (like this pink one) in college newspapers in Madison and Milwaukee, where young women don't often hear the truth about life.
All donations collected that day will go toward this campaign. You can make an early donation here.


Life's Connection, a pro-life pregnancy resource center, is holding Christmas Tea for Life, Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 11 a.m. at the Bluemound Golf and Country Club, Wauwatosa. Contact Life's Connection at (262) 470-3119 for more information.

Vigil for Life invites all pro-lifers to the 9th Respect Life retreat, Dec. 2 and 3 at Durward's Glen Retreat Center in Baraboo. Anyone working to protect innocent life or concerned about building a culture of life is welcome to attend. The cost is $65 per person. Scholarships are available.  For more information, contact Marie Lins at (608) 469-3982.

Trinity Academy will host Cardinal Burke at its annual fall dinner, Wednesday, Dec. 7. More information is available at

Pray for life at the Marian Shrine on the corner of 68th & Stevenson streets, Milwaukee, every Tuesday at 6 p.m. Contact Mary at (414) 335-3757 with questions.

Are you looking to host a pro-life event? We have a speaker for you! Our speakers can talk to your group - of any size - about abortion, contraception, end of life issues, suicide, natural family planning, stem cell research, pro-life legislation... or any other life-related issue you can think of. Call us at (262) 796-1111.

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