Here’s the Latest Update on Parental Notification in Illinois

Last December, pro-abortion advocates led by Terry Cosgrove, president of Personal PAC, made it very clear what their next political move is: repealing Illinois’ 1995 Parental Notice of Abortion law in 2020. In an interview with Politico, Cosgrove said, “it’s … Continue reading

Your Pro-Life Voter Guide Is Here

Election season is upon us! The Illinois primary election is on March 17th, 2020, so we have your voter guide ready. You can go to right now to download and print yours. We take our rights into the voting … Continue reading

47th Annual Banquet a Huge Success

This past Friday we held our 47th annual banquet for Illinois Right to Life Action, and what a success it was! We welcomed former State Representative Jeanne Ives as our master of ceremonies for the night and Matt Walsh as … Continue reading

Listen up!

We’re excited to tell you that we’ve just launched the first episode of our new podcast: Life Chat. We hope you’ll tune in! Our first episode is available on Spotify, iTunes, and Google Play. Life Chat is a project of … Continue reading

Day of Action for Rep. Tom Morrison

Get your walkin’ shoes on! Representative Tom Morrison needs our help. He’s one of our most outspoken pro-life legislators in the Illinois General Assembly, and he’s facing an intense race this election cycle. Terry Cosgrove and Personal PAC (the Illinois … Continue reading

The Illinois Abortion Lobby’s Next Target: Parental Notice

We have an important update: Last week, abortion advocates and pro-abortion legislators publicly announced their next target: Illinois’ Parental Notification of Abortion Act. This law mandates that an abortion provider simply notify a parent, grandparent, or legal guardian of a … Continue reading

SB 25: Here’s What the Abortion Bill Will Do

UPDATE: Senate Bill 25 was signed into law by Governor JB Pritzker on June 12, 2019. The law takes effect immediately. According to analysis of SB 25, the radical legislation maintains the core elements of the so-called Reproductive Health Act … Continue reading