The National Committee for a Human Life Amendment and

The National Committee for a Human Life Amendment and 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. is a project of the National Committee for a Human Life Amendment (NCHLA), conducted in collabortation with legal experts. The purpose of is to promote a fuller understanding of what the Court did in Roe and Doe and why these fundamentally erroneous decisions must be corrected. The website has been launched in its "beta" stage and will continue to be enhanced. Through it is our intention to present accurately what the U.S. Supreme Court said and did in Roe v. Wade, Doe v. Bolton and related cases, and to explain why Roe and Doe are fundamentally erroneous decisions that must be corrected through appropriate Court or legislative action. It is our hope that lawyers and non-lawyers alike will find the presentation of materials helpful and useful. Future goals for the site include the development of interactive materials (such as Apps for mobile devices), with a special focus on outreach to students.

Mission: 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

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On January 22, 1973, in its twin decisions, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the U.S. Supreme Court created a constitutional right to abortion throughout the nine months of pregnancy. These decisions have been widely criticized on historical, scientific, and legal grounds. Scholar John Hart Ely said of Roe: "It is bad because it is bad constitutional law, or rather because it is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be." ("The Wages of Crying Wolf," Yale Law Journal 1973)

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