Below is information from New Jersey Right to Life on the Freedom to Kill Act and and update on the November 11th and December 2nd Day of Outrage Protests. If you live in New Jersey, please take the actions requested. Please note the Day of Outrage Peaceful Protest which takes place tomorrow and Thursday. See below for more information.
We thank those who attended our November 11th and December 2nd Day of Outrage Protests and for acting on our December 4th Alert to ensure that the NJ Freedom to Kill Act (S3030/A4848) was not added to the agenda for the Senate Health Committee hearing. We had a very good turn-out at the past two protests and received a lot of favorable feedback from the public and even got some favorable press coverage! We are planning a couple of additional events this month and in January which are included in this email.
We have been working non-stop; participating in webinars, interviews with media, writing op-eds, and collaborating with several pro-life groups to defeat this horrible bill. We are continuing to monitor the legislative schedule and will keep you informed of any new movement on the bill. In the meantime, I wanted to encourage you to continue to take the following action on S3030/A4848 and ask you to mark your calendars for some upcoming events.
The Following Action is Still Needed
Important: We are hearing that legislators’ phones are either busy, not answered, or their voicemail boxes are full which prevents us from speaking to a live person or leaving a message so we are urging you to also email and send letters via postal mail so that they can’t say they didn’t get your message! Please do this even if you a have contacted your legislators before. We know this will take extra time, especially during the holiday season, but we ask that you take a few minutes while writing out your Christmas cards to write a letter to these legislators on behalf of babies in the womb who have no voice.
Please take the following action, then share this information with 10 friends and ask them to take action and then share it with 10 more friends and ask them to do the same.
1. Please email, call and mail letters via postal mail to your State Senator and two Assembly members to oppose the bill. Please send any response you receive to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can get more information on S3030/A4848 and Take Action HERE
2. Also call, email and mail letters via postal mail to Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin urging them NOT to post S3030/A4848 Their address and phone numbers are listed below. Please send copies of any response you receive to us at email@example.com.
Senator Stephen Sweeney
935 Kings Highway, Ste. 400
West Deptford, NJ 08086
Phone: 856 251-9801
Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin
569 Rahway Avenue
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
Phone: (732) 855-7441
3. Consider organizing a local peaceful protest outside your legislator’s office urging him/her to oppose S3030/A4848. Please let us know if you plan to do this.
Please try to attend some or all of these events and share this information with pro-life friends and family and ask them to attend.
Burlington County – Day of Outrage Peaceful Protest
Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2020
WHO: Assemblyman Herb Conaway (Co-Sponsor of S3030/A4848) and Chair of Asm. Health Committee
PLACE: 8002 US 130 Bldg C Ste 450
Delran NJ 08075
DATE: Thursday December 17
WHO: Senator Troy Singleton (Co-Sponsor of S3030/A4848)
PLACE: 400 North Church St.
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Union County – Christmas Caroling and Celebrating the Birth of the Child!
DATE: Saturday, December 19
TIME: 10-12 am
PLACE: 985 Stuyvesant Ave., Union
WHO: Offices of Asw. Annette Quijano (Primary Sponsor of S3030/A4848), Asm. Jamel Holley,(Member of the Asm. Health Committee) and Senator Joe Cryan
We will Be Singing Christmas Carols and Celebrating the Birth of the Child!
DATE: Friday, January 22, 2021
TIME: 11:00 A.M.
WHAT: Rally for Life with a March for Life immediately following through the streets of Trenton
PLACE: State House Annex
145 West State Street, Trenton, NJ
No signs on sticks allowed due to State House regulations.
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