RTLL Reaches Out to California’s Pro-Abortion Legislators

In honor of Mother’s Day, the Right to Life League created the “Babies Go to Sacramento” outreach program, sending a pro-life gift packet to all California federal and state legislators.  

The packet contains a Precious One baby doll representing the size and development of a 10- to 12-week-old fetus—exactly the age at which nine out of ten abortions happen.  

The League is also including a DVD of the hit film “Unplanned,” dramatizing Abby Johnson’s book of the same name, which shares her journey from Planned Parenthood Employee of the Year to pro-life activist.  

“We are very excited about this program, which provides simple, user-friendly tools to help legislators understand the truth about abortion—a truth that is typically masked behind euphemisms such as ‘termination,’ ‘reproductive rights,’ and ‘clump of tissue,’” says Susan Arnall, League Director of Outreach and Engagement.  

“The package is designed to force our legislators to face what abortion does. Many of them will throw away the baby we send them—just as abortion throws away human life. They cannot help but confront the truth about abortion does.”  

Founded in 1967, the Right to Life League is America’s first pro-life organization. From its inception, it has worked to address the needs of women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Today its mission has expanded to inculcating a culture of life from conception to natural death through the establishment of ultrasound-equipped medical clinics, pregnancy centers, maternity homes, a teen integrity program, a post-abortion healing program, and an education division.