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Save Parental Notice of Abortion in Illinois!

Informed Parents, Protected Girls

The Parental Notice of Abortion Act protects our daughters from medical injury and sexual exploitation, and keeps parents informed about their minor daughter's wellbeing. We're fighting to save this crucial law from being repealed!

 
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Act Now to save Parental Notice

Protect Our Daughters!

The Illinois General Assembly is considering repeal of the Parental Notice of Abortion Act. Two bills — HB1797 in the House of Representatives and SB2190 in the Senate — have been were put forward to repeal this important law at the expense of Illinois girls and families.


The Parental Notice of Abortion Act protects girls from sexual abusers that use abortion as a way to cover up their crimes, and allows parents to be informed about their urgent matters relating to their daughters' health.

Join our effort to protect our daughters from sexual exploitation and medical injury. Informed parents can give their daughters the protection that they deserve. Here's what you can do:

 

Join the fight to save Parental Notice in Illinois!

Get in touch with Parents for the Protection of Girls to learn more about how you can get involved.

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Who We Are

Parents for the Protection of Girls is a coalition of Illinois leaders and parents striving to protect girls from the sexual exploitation and medical injury that would result from the repeal of the Parental Notice of Abortion Act.

 
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According to a March 2021 Tarrance Group poll, 72% of Illinoisans oppose repealing the Parental Notice of Abortion Act. A huge majority of Illinois Parents support Parental Notice!

 
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Illinois Should Keep Parental Notification Laws in Place

Repealing abortion notification law would be tragic mistake

Email your Illinois State Representative and State Senator

 

Fact sheet on the dangers of repealing the Parental Notice of Abortion Act

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Law

Tell Illinois lawmakers not to junk parental notice abortion law, Catholic bishops say

Pro-Life Movement Urging The State To Keep Parental Abortion Notification

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"When I turned 13 I'd had enough of the abuse in home and I ran away. I didn't know where to go so I went to the center of town and stood by the town hall. A man saw me hanging around there and he said that he was looking for a 'prot6g' I didn't know what it was but it sounded fine to me. He said that I could stay at his house if I didn't have a place to stay.... When we got to his house he pulled out a bottle of gin and had me drink and drink. The next thing I remember is waking up drunk in his bed all wet and hurt. He took me out on the street and told me what to do . . . During that time I saw 10 to 20 men a day. I did what he said because he got violent when I sassed him. I took all kinds of drugs even though I didn't really like most of them . . . Over the years I had pimps and customers who hit me, punched me, kicked me, beat me, slashed me with a razor. I had forced unprotected sex and got pregnant three times and had two abortions at [a clinic]. Afterward, I was back out on the street again. I have so many scars all over my body and so many injuries and so many illnesses. I have hepatitis C and stomach and back pain and a lot of psychological issues. I tried to commit suicide several times." — Kayla, survivor

 

Coalition Leaders

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Students for Life of America

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Illinois Right to Life Action

March for Life Chicago

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Pro-Life Action League

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One Nation Under God Foundation

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Catholic Conference of Illinois