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Watch for news! The 2018 Legislative Session began Jan. 2!

The LEGISCAN news feed carrying updates to our pro-life initiatives in the 2018 Kentucky Legislative Session has been moved to the News Page. The feed will be updated or published as information becomes available.
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Please also see the 2018 Legislative Session Calendar and KRLA's Facebook page for lots of links to important stories about legislation, for local, state, national and international breaking news.

Right to Life organizations, crisis pregnancy centers, pro-life educational foundations, and other pro-life advocates inform, educate and offer whatever assistance is needed to encourage pregnant women to choose life for their babies. Right to life groups lobby effectively for life-saving legislation.

The Kentucky Right to Life Political Action Committee (PAC) was formed to identify pro-life candidates and work to elect them. Every innocent human life deserves to be protected by law, so electing law makers who are willing to protect innocent human life is crucial to our success.

One of the most important roles that the KRLA PAC plays is to educate voters about candidates seeking elective office.

The KRLA PAC takes this role seriously. Though the KRLA PAC is not a "single-issue" organization, its leadership understands that without life, all other rights are illusory. Therefore, the KRLA PAC evaluates candidates based on their demonstrated understanding of the threats to innocent human life, their record, and their credibility.

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