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 Abortion Non-Discrimination Act (ANDA)
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 Born-Alive Infants Protection Act
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 Embryo/Fetal Research
 Federal Employees' Health Benefits (FEHB)
 Fetal Tissue Research
 Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE)
 Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA)
 Health Care Reform
 Human Cloning
 Human Life Amendment
 Hyde Amendment
 Medical Training Non-Discrimination (ACGME)
 Mexico City Policy
 Military Abortion Policy
 Morning-After Pill
 Parental Involvement
 Partial-Birth Abortion
 Prison Abortion Funding
 Project Life and Liberty
 RU-486: Chemically Induced Abortion
 Stem Cell Research
 Terri Schiavo Dies
 Umbilical Cord Blood Banks
 Unborn Victims of Violence Act
 United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

About NCHLA

In the great civil rights struggle to secure the right to life for all, Archbishop John Roach, testifying on behalf of the Catholic Bishops, expressed the guiding vision:

"We are committed to full legal recognition of the right to life of the unborn child, and will not rest in our efforts until society respects the inherent worth and dignity of every member of the human race."

November 5, 1981 Statement before the
Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution

The National Committee for a Human Life Amendment is dedicated to pursuing this vision. The organization's objectives include educating citizens, developing pro-life legislative networks, and offering programs in support of pro-life legislation. Among its various activities, NCHLA produces educational and program resources, communicates with leaders about legislative priorities, and presents legislative seminars throughout the year. In a special way, NCHLA assists dioceses, state Catholic conferences, and Catholic lay groups. The Committee also works closely with the Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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