1. Determine when to mail, based on the legislative calendar for your state.
2. Get the printing ready.
3. Add addresses when your state posts them.
4. Mail to candidates, after the legislature adjourns.
5. Follow up non-responders by email, phone, or letter.
6. Share candidate responses on the SLIC facebook page or wiki, where helpers can
discuss how to respond to objections.
The proposed Joint Resolution builds on “Laci and Conner’s Law”, the federal law
that defines all unborn children as human beings, enabling murderers of pregnant
women to be charged with double murders. This precisely meets the condition given
in Roe v. Wade for the “collapse” of legal abortion. The law asserts that it “does
not permit prosecution” for abortions chosen by the mother. This provision would
prevent the “collapse” of Roe, Congressmen were assured, although a few remained
rightly and eloquently skeptical. Without that assurance, it surely would not have
passed. But 10 million corpses later, it is time to recognize that provision does
not preserve Roe, but merely points out the obvious fact that Roe’s “collapse” does
not, by itself, permit prosecution of abortion. It merely returns to states the choice
whether to pass laws against abortion. It is those laws which would “permit prosecution”
By April, every state website should have lists of state and national candidates.
Candidates get dozens of surveys from interest groups, whose results are distributed
to group members. This is an opportunity not only to identify co-sponsors of this
Joint Resolution next January, which is our direct goal, but to get thousands of
lawmakers to begin thinking about it right away, and give feedback, and any corrections
or additions which will make it stronger. The consensus that emerges from this vetting
process holds the potential to Stop Legal Infanticide by Christmas, before the first
Joint Resolution can be introduced!