Even with a hostile Administration, it is essential to introduce and pass
pro-life legislation at the federal level when we have the support to do so.
Right now, there are important bills that have been introduced and which
enjoy the support of a majority of the American people.
We urge you to click on the links below to learn about this legislation,
and then to let your Representatives and Senators know that you want these
Besides communicating with your elected officials, be sure to also inform
your pastors, families, Church groups, Facebook friends, and others you can
reach about these bills.
Complete health care reform
information including a history of legislative updates
Abortion is Not Health Care fan page on Facebook
- Bills introduced in prior sessions of Congress
General Guidance on Taking Action to Influence
Go to the
National Righ to Life Committee website to locate your representatives in Congress, to find
out how they have voted, and to contact them! Or to find details on any legislation pending before Congress,
go to http://thomas.gov
where you will find search tools to give you a bill’s text, status, co-
sponsors, and other information. Also, for an update on current pro-life legislation,
http://www.capwiz.com/nrlc/issues/. This page will give you guidance
from the nation's top pro-life lobbying group, National Right to Life.
here for tips on communicating with and visiting your representatives.
To phone your Congressman,
dial the House switchboard at 202-225-3121 and ask for his or her office.
If you prefer to dial your Representative’s office directly, an alphabetical
list of Congressmen and their phone numbers is available at
To e-mail your Congressman, go to
https://writerep.house.gov/writerep/welcome.shtml, click on your state
from the pull-down menu, fill in your zip code, and click on the “Contact My
Representative” box. You will be taken to an e-mail form where you can send
a message directly to your Congressman.
To phone one of your Senators, dial the Senate
switchboard at 202-224-3121 and ask for his or her office.
If you prefer to dial your Senator’s office directly, a list of all
Senators’ phone numbers is available at
To e-mail one of your Senators, go to
your Senator’s name in the alphabetical list, and click on his or her “Web
Form” link. This link will take you to an e-mail form where you can send a
message to your Senator.
discusses communication with legislators with Capitol Hill activist Connie
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news section for press releases on legislative issues and other pro-life