Partial Birth Abortion

Partial-Birth Abortions

Partial-Birth Abortion unnecessary

"Never is the partial-birth procedure necessary. Not for hydrocephaly..., not for polyhydramnios...and not for trisomy...in no case is it necessary to partially deliver an infant through the vagina and then kill the infant."

-Physicians Ad Hoc Coalition for Truth, Wall Street Journal, Sept. 19, 1996

Partial-Birth Abortion a danger to women

Other Issues

Policy on "Other Issues"

Colorado Right to Life Committee is a "single-issue" organization, opposing the deliberate killing or dehumanization of innocent human beings. At the time of CRLC's founding, this included opposition to abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and involuntary sterilization. More recently, it has also included opposition to such practices as embryonic stem cell research and cloning.

CRLC does not take a position on other issues, although individuals in CRLC often are involved on one side or another of other issues.

Operation Rescue/Civil Disobedience

POLICY STATEMENT ON OPERATION RESCUE

In recent years, many dedicated pro-life citizens have engaged in nonviolent civil disobedience at or near abortion chambers.  This nonviolent activity has served to save some babies, to galvanize many people into concern for the babies, and to focus public attention on the issue of abortion.

Joint CRLC/CRG Statement on “Life Issues”

COLORADO RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE/
CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT
STATEMENT OF POSITION ON THE "LIFE ISSUES" 

The Pro-Life movement in Colorado endorses the founding principles of America:

1. "All men are created equal" and "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights," the first of which is the right to Life.
2. The purpose of government is to secure these rights for all its citizens.

Human Life Amendment

POLICY ON A HUMAN LIFE AMENDMENT 

WHEREAS, The Almighty Creator is the indispensable source and sustainer of all human life created in His image and likeness;

WHEREAS, In fact Right to Life takes its name from the phrase in the Declaration of Independence, which states that life is the first God-given right;

WHEREAS, Each human being is infinitely precious and valuable in the sight of the Creator without exception;

Euthanasia

POLICY ON EUTHANASIA

1. The Colorado Right to Life Committee is opposed to the direct killing of any human being because of age, infirmity, incapacity, disease, or any other reason where human life may be thought by some to be no longer meaningful.

2. The Colorado Right to Life Committee is opposed to any legislation or any legal action which would encourage suicide in any form or for any reason, whether assisted or unassisted. Conversely, CRLC supports all laws and practices that prohibit or otherwise seek to prevent suicide.

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