SPOTLIGHT: A Conversation With Ann Scheidler About Saving Babies

Written by Jenna Smith

In the midst of what she describes as “the most exciting time since 1973,” Ann Scheidler, president of Pro-Life Action League and chair of the pro-life coalition known as SpeakOut Illinois , is feeling hopeful. Mrs. Scheidler joins Monte Larrick to discuss the ramifications of Dobbs v. Jackson, a crucial pro-life case that will be heard by the United States Supreme Court on December 1, 2021.

Keeping with the mission of Pro-Life Action League, Mrs. Scheidler stresses that pro-life citizens must take ACTION in the fight to protect life and to repeal Roe v. Wade. She presents various ways for the pro-life community to effectively stand for life, appeal to women voters, and speak out against proposed federal legislation such as the Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021. Monte and Mrs. Scheidler also consider the future of Illinois’ Parental Notice of Abortion Act, assisted suicide, and more.

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Veto Session

Abortion cheerleaders at Planned Parenthood are pushing hard to repeal parental rights by eliminating Illinois’ last major abortion restriction–the Parental Notice of Abortion Act. The Progressive Caucus, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are using the Texas Heartbeat Law to animate their base. State legislators in eight other states have introduced their own versions of the Texas law. Left-wing zealots don’t want to let this leftist-identified “crisis” go to waste. That is why they organized abortion rallies in cities across the nation on October 2nd. That is why they are pushing to make Illinois the most restriction-free state in the nation, calling their unholy effort “justice.”

Take ACTION: Please make sure our state lawmakers hear from conservatives on this life-and-death policy. I hope and pray that pro-life citizens will respond overwhelmingly to counter the pressure from abortion extremists and prevent them from getting the 60 votes they need in the Illinois House and the 30 votes they need in the Illinois Senate. Click HERE to contact your state lawmakers to let them know that most Illinois parents oppose repealing the Parental Notice of Abortion Act.