Every Donation in December will be matched Dollar-For-Dollar up to $50,000. Please help our Pro-life Efforts in Virginia today. However you can help and whatever amount you can donate is greatly appreciated and will be used in our efforts to help protect unborn babies. Your gift will help VSHL keep our pro-life programs going strong throughout the year.  Highlights for 2022 will include lobbying during the General Assembly session especially ...

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Pro-life Candidates sweep statewide races for Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General! Pro-abortion agenda rejected

In a stunning victory for unborn children and the pro-life movement, voters have elected a straight pro-life ticket to the top three offices in Virginia’s government since 2009. Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin defeated pro-abortion radical, former governor Terry McAuliffe, by a close but clear margin of victory. Lt. Governor Winsome Sears and Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares also convincingly defeated their pro-abortion opponents, Hala Ayala and Mark Herring, respectively. Virginia’s voters also flipped control ...

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American Victims of Abortion We are the mothers, the fathers, and the families. They were our children! Observations on the 2021 Women’s March for Abortion Justice By Olivia Gans Turner This weekend, another so-called Women’s March is scheduled to take place. It already is proving to get more attention than the hundreds of thousands who come to Washington for the March for Life—an event that has taken place every year since 1974. The “Women’s March” ...

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For Immediate release: September 24, 2021 Pro-abortion Radicals in US House Vote to codify Roe v Wade in Federal Law On Friday, by a vote of 218 to 211, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the so-called Women’s Health Protection Act (H.R. 3755).  This bill is a blatant attempt by the pro-abortion majority in the House, led by Nancy Pelosi, to prevent the passage of any new pro-life laws and to nullify all ...

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For Immediate release: September 22, 2021 Abortion Drugs in the Mailbox Means Women’s Lives at Risk On October 1, abortionists in the Commonwealth of Virginia will begin distributing deadly chemical abortions to women via tele-med visits. Virginia will be one of only a handful of states with tele-med abortions due to a 2020 change in the law by pro-abortion radicals in the General Assembly. “Pro-abortion advocates are celebrating women’s lives and health being ...

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For Immediate release: Friday, September 10, 2021 For more information: Olivia Gans Turner or Margaret H. Disney (804) 560-8745 Terry McAuliffe is the Abortion Candidate While pro-life candidate for governor, Glenn Youngkin continues to talk about rational pro-life measures, like preventing taxpayer funding for abortions and passing a Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, pro-abortion former governor Terry McAuliffe, is sounding one note all over Virginia: he is promising to prevent any ...

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VSHL Press Release on New Texas Abortion Law

Virginia Society for Human Life Responds to New Texas Abortion Law Earlier this week The Supreme Court allowed a Texas law that prevents abortions after the unborn child has a heartbeat and brain waves to go into effect. The decision means that for now many babies’ lives will be saved and their mother’s will be spared the violence of an abortion. The Court recognized that it was a complex case and that there ...

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Save the Life-Saving Hyde Amendment!

In a shocking move on July 15, the first steps were taken to remove the life-saving Hyde Amendment from the annual federal Labor-Health and Human Services Appropriations (Labor-HHS) bill. The Hyde Amendment has prevented the use of US taxpayer funds to pay for abortion under federal programs including Medicaid. This is the first time in the 45-year history of the Hyde Amendment, which has been credited with saving millions of lives, ...

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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, 2021. Contestants must be Virginia residents, or full-time students of Virginia ...

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