Citizens for Life
Missouri Right to Life and
National Right to Life
Pro-Abortion President Joe Biden
Stripping Protective Hyde Amendment
From Budget Proposal
Missouri Right to Life
Is Disappointed in the
Ruling by a "Three Judge Panel"
of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
to Block Life-Saving Legislation
Missouri Right to Life
"Show Me Life"
Pro-Life Action Day
Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Missouri State Capitol
First Floor Rotunda
We Need You to ACT!
- Come to Jefferson City on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, for Pro-Life Action Day to encourage your legislators to pass pro-life legislation.
- Registration begins at 10:30 a.m.
- Lobby your legislators and join the noon rally with our special guest.
Special Guest Speaker
Melissa Ohden | Life Empowers
Melissa is the survivor of a failed saline abortion. Despite the initial concerns about her future after surviving the attempt to end her life at approximately seven months gestation, she has not only survived but thrived.
Fulfilling the purpose she believes God set out for her when He saved her from the certain death of the abortion attempt, Melissa is truly a voice for the voiceless.
The 49th Annual March For Life
in Washington, D.C.
Missouri Life Caravan and the 2022 March for Life. Buses to leave from various locations in the St. Louis Metro area. More information for Buses for the St. Louis Region at www.missourilifecaravan.org
MRL Opposes Research for Vaccines With No Pro-Life Boundaries
Missouri Right to Life supports finding a vaccine for COVID-19 (or other vaccines) through ethical research that does not include tissue from aborted babies or embryonic stem cell research.
We encourage our state and national leaders to support ethical research as they work to find a vaccine for the corona virus (COVID-19). The goal is saving and protecting lives at every step of the process for everyone.
Reminder that the Fetal Tissue Market is Still Open for Business
Read the Article by Dr. David Prentice, CMDA Member and Vice-President & Research Director for the Charlotte Lozier Institute, about other Bioethical and Scientific Challenges
Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Statement from Charlotte Lozier Institute
It is important that all industries, but especially medical, scientific, and pharmaceutical industries, adhere to ethical guidelines that protect life at all stages and in all conditions. An open-ended invitation to subsidize any and all research can lead to shortcuts and abuses that do not uphold the best interests of medicine or the citizens whom medical research should serve. A few potential examples are trafficking in aborted fetal organs and tissues supposedly for drug testing or study of viruses and vaccines, as well as altered abortion procedures and timing to procure desired particular gestational age organs, creation and destruction of human embryos by fertilization, cloning (somatic cell nuclear transfer), and other techniques, for study of the embryos directly as well as to harvest cells for development of cell lines, for toxicology and teratology studies, as well as vaccine and drug development and testing. Moreover, there is no necessity for creation or use of embryos, embryonic stem cells, fetal tissue and organs, or fetal cell lines. Numerous ethical alternatives already exist, modern and in many cases already proven. Ethically guided science and medicine is actually the best investment for success.
- John and Linda Hoffmann
- Margaret Ward, State Farm Insurance
- Kyle and Roxanne Herrick, Bryant Motors
- Culligan Water
- Craig, Regina Eufinger and Family
- Irma Linsenbardt
- Jean and Bob Simon
- Donna Plummer
- Joe Fluty, Edward Jones
- The Van Leer Family
- Teressa D. Simon
- Gerald and Delores Wolf
- Joe and Gloria Fischer
ACR of Sedalia