Happy Mother’s Day to all of you! 

All mothers deserve to be celebrated everyday but especially now, as we all depend on mothers at home and in essential jobs holding us all together, entertaining, cooking, teaching, nursing, healing, inspiring and protecting all of us.  We know that mothers are serving our families and neighborhoods as never before. Some are at home, some are at hospitals or first responder jobs, some are working long hours at grocery stores ...

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VSHL Telephone Townhall with Delegate Todd Gilbert

VSHL President Olivia Gans Turner will be holding a Telephone Town Hall to discuss the recent session of the General Assembly and discuss what is coming, especially the “Right-to-Abortion” Amendment to the Virginia Constitution. Delegate Todd Gilbert Joining Olivia will be staunch staunch pro-life advocate and current Minority Leader in the House of Delegates Todd Gilbert. He was the delegate who questioned Del. Kathy Tran last year about her radical abortion bill ...

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VSHL President Olivia Gans Turner will be holding a Telephone Town Hall to discuss the recent session of the General Assembly and discuss what is coming, especially the "Right-to-Abortion" Amendment to the Virginia Constitution. Joining Olivia will be staunch staunch pro-life advocate and current Minority Leader in the House of Delegates Todd Gilbert. He was the delegate who questioned Del. Kathy Tran last year about her radical abortion bill when she ...

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Please download the Spring 2020 Virginia Pro-Life Report that highlights the 2020 session of the Virginia General Assembly. VSHL Spring 2020 Virginia Pro-Life Report.

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VSHL President discusses Gov. Northam pro-abortion bill signing on Good Friday.  Olivia Gans Turner appeared via skype on Monday, April 13th to discuss Gov. Northam signing on Good Friday of the pro-abortion bill passed by the Virginia General Assembly that would eliminate Virginia's Woman's Right-to-Know legislation which included a waiting period and showing the ultrasound of the baby before every abortion.  The legislation also allowed non-doctors to perform abortions.  

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Governor Northam thought it was a good idea to sign the dreadful bill that overturned the protective Women’s Right to Know laws and Ultrasound law on Good Friday. Here is the text of the press release VSHL sent out today. Governor Northam Signs into Law Protections Abortionists "Today, as the deadline to sign into law bills that were passed by the 2020 General Assembly drew to a close, Gov. Ralph Northam kept a ...

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VSHL is aware that many news stories are circulating online that suggest plans are being made by leaders and hospital administrators to ration life saving treatment to some of the most vulnerable patients. One such story is here. VSHL will oppose any such proposal if made in Virginia. The right to life does not end when one is elderly, disabled or suffering form chronic illness. Deciding that vulnerable patients should not ...

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The annual Alex and Geline B. Williams Oratory Contest, sponsored by the Virginia Society for Human Life Educational Fund, encourages high school juniors and seniors to prepare and present a short speech on one of these topics: abortion, infanticide or euthanasia. The contest is open to high school juniors and seniors in the 11th and 12th grades as of February 1, 2020. Contestants must be Virginia residents, or full-time students of Virginia schools. For ...

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Virginia State Capitol

Pro-Abortion Members in Virginia Senate Reverse Women’s Right to Know and Other Protective Laws

RICHMOND--Today, in a split vote of 20-20, with the lieutenant governor breaking the tie, the Virginia Senate passed SB 733. This legislation will overturn reasonable protective legislation that Virginia first passed in 2001 to protect women and their unborn babies from abortion. The U.S Supreme Court has found that such laws are constitutional. “Pro-abortion Democrats in the General Assembly have stripped the law books of legislation that was designed to protect ...

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