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Join Pro-Life Wisconsin as we travel to the 2016 March for Life of Chicago. It is shaping up to be the largest pro-life event in Illinois, with approximately 10,000 people anticipated! 

Join Pro-Life Wisconsinites and over 700,000 other pro-lifers as we mark the tragic anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

The annual March for Life will be held Friday, January 22, in Washington D.C. Pro-Life Wisconsin's buses will be leaving on Wednesday, January 20, and returning Sunday, January 24.

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Medical Decision Making

ElderlyCouple.jpgIt's a myth that pro-lifers are only concerned about embryos and fetuses. Increasingly, the elderly, frail and handicapped are finding themselves declared "unwanted" or "burdens," just like the preborn.  Our vulnerable brothers and sisters at then end of life need our love and protection just as much they did at the beginning of life.  A unique range of threats to life - living wills, physician-assisted suicide, removal of food and fluids to cause death, and vital organ donation after "brain death" - are confronting us in subtle but dangerous ways.  Please educate yourself and your loved ones before the "right to die" mentality needlessly claims more lives around you.

"A society that treats ‘burdens' as something to be rid of rather than opportunities to deepen the human experience will quickly jettison ‘inconvenient' life if it robs us of our precious time and drains our inheritance." (Cal Thomas, columnist)

Life is Worth Living, Inc.

Bio: Updated 11/13

Julie Grimstad - Julie is the executive director of Life is Worth Living, Inc. (LWL); the chair of Pro-life Healthcare Alliance (PHA), a program of Human Life Alliance (HLA); and on the HLA board of advisors.

Julie addresses all aspects of medical decision-making and patient advocacy. She has served as a volunteer patient advocate for 28 years.

Julie was director of the Center for the Rights of the Terminally Ill, Inc. from 1985 through 2003. A patient advocate, speaker, and writer, Julie edits and is a contributing writer to "Imposed Death: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide" and "Healthcare Handbook," both HLA educational supplements (available at Julie resides in Bedford, TX with her husband William and is the mother of five living children and two in heaven, grandmother of nine and great-grandmother of one.

Julie's earlier experiences include being a licensed practical nurse caring for the elderly and disabled in a Catholic hospital; Birthright volunteer, opening her home as a refuge for unwed mothers; Natural Family Planning instructor for the Diocese of Lincoln; founder and director of a Pregnancy Aid office in Tacoma, WA; Natural Childbirth instructor; co-founder and director of the Center for the Rights of the Terminally Ill, Inc.

Contact information:

Julie Grimstad
2900 Oak Shadow Circle
Bedford, TX 76021