MADISON - State Republican legislators on Thursday circulated legislation for co-sponsorship that prohibits abortion at or beyond 20 weeks based on the preborn child's capacity to feel pain at that gestational age. The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (LRB 0401/1) includes an exception to the prohibition for a "medical emergency," as broadly defined in Wisconsin Statutes.
We're SO excited to announce that Abby Johnson will be our speaker at Pro-Life Wisconsin's 2015 Annual Auction Dinner on October 17!
Save the date! The 2015 Awakening Hope Youth Retreat is coming coming up on July 24-26! This year's extended overnight retreat will feature pro-life reflection, prayer, and FUN! The retreat will be held at the beautiful and scenic St. Vincent Pallotti Retreat Center in Elkhorn.

Statewide Events

2015 Awakening Hope Youth Retreat - Learn More 

2015 Annual Auction Dinner - Learn More

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Local Events

Griswold vs. Connecticut Vigils 

Join our affiliates throughout the state as we commemorate the tragic anniversary of the Supreme Court's Griswold v. Connecticut decision that legalized contraception. 

Madison will have a Pill Kills event on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at 1:00 pm outside of Planned Parenthood, 3706 Orin Road, Madison.

Milwaukee will have a Pill Kills event on Friday, June 12, 2015 at 12:00 pm outside of Planned Parenthood, 2239 S. 108th Street, West Allis. Signs will be provided.

Pro-Life Wisconsin

Founded on the bedrock principle of the pro-life movement - that all preborn babies are "persons" and all innocent persons share the inalienable right to life - Pro-Life Wisconsin educates the public and lobbies elected officials. Believing that "it is never the will of the Father in heaven that one of these little ones should be lost" (Matthew 18:14), Pro-Life Wisconsin is a Christian organization relying on God to change hearts and minds toward His most precious creation of human life.

As a legislative and educational organization, Pro-Life Wisconsin is continually working to bring us closer to the day when all babies in Wisconsin (no matter how they were conceived, what stage of development they are at, or whether or not they are in perfect health) are protected in every community in our state.