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Contact:  Charles Tassell
 513.652.5035


PROPOSED STATE HOUSE LEADERSHIP RAISES DEEP CONCERNSOVER VALUES
 
Citizens for Community Values Action is deeply concerned about the potential leadership choices for the Ohio State House.  Our research into the voting record of some of the Representatives proposed for the leadership team, rightfully raises questions about their qualifications for leadership roles.  Their voting records should also cause concerns for many elected House members who ran as conservatives in the November election, particularly if they ran as social-conservatives.
 
 We, and our members, would certainly expect Representatives to vote for a leadership team that represents their values as well as the values of their district, particularly those who were endorsed by Citizens for Community Values Action PAC.

 Barbara Sears (R 47): •Supporting abortion language in Medicaid expansion,
•Opposed to Common Core Reform,
•Co-sponsoring Needle Exchange language,
•Opposed Pro-life legislation.
Dorothy Pelanda (R-86): •Support of Sexual Orientation Rights, HB 163
•Sponsored Sexual orientation language for HB 624
•Supporting abortion language in Medicaid expansion,
•Opposed gateway sex-ed,
•No pro-life endorsement.
"We encourage all Ohio Citizens concerned with values to speak with their representative-elect and discuss voting on House-leadership based on their votes, positions, and values.  In addition, we encourage Representatives to vote their conscience, and their campaign promises."  stated Charles Tassell, Vice President of Citizens for Community Values Action.

 

 

 

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"It's a Matter of Life" ...... by Denver Sallee

 

Holding graphic images of the horror of abortion, we are roundly criticized by both pro-life and pro-death supporters as being callous and insensitive to the public who might inadvertently glimpse the images depicting the reality of abortion. Contemplating a sign seen at a rally recently where the images were displayed might give those who object a reason to pause and evaluate their objections. The sign reads," When something is so horrible that we can't stand to look at it, perhaps we shouldn't be tolerating it."

 

 

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University Hospitals/Abortion Cartel Member


Previously we revealed that  abortion business partnership  between Case Western Reserve Medical and Preterm abortion mill involved training the next generation of abortionists from among Case students at Preterm. Our research has revealed a deeper connection between Preterm abortion mill and University Hospitals of Cleveland. While we have also previously reported that David Burkons, Rebecca Lowenthal, Lisa Perriera, Mitchell Reider, Sarah Smith, each  a Cleveland abortionist who also serves on the faculty of Case Western Medical School, we recently discovered that Karen Ashby , Miriam Rosenthal and Joyce Jentoft  serve both on the Preterm Board of Directors and also on the faculty of Case Medical.


This is not an inconsequential relationship. It poses the risk of great harm to women and assures death for their preborn children.


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Action Needed:


Fred. C. Rothenstein MD has recently sent a fund raising appeal letter to many health care consumers asking for donations to his organization. Please take time to write him at CWRU 11100 Euclid Ave. MCCO-5062, Cleveland OH 44106-9697 or call him at 216-844-1000. Tell him that you will (whether you had planned on it or not) not make any donations to CWRU until all business relationships between UH and Preterm abortion mill cease.


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Our Town and All Around books are in for $28 a piece. They are good until 12-1-15, so get yours now by calling the office for pick up or by contacting any of the sellers below.

SELLERS LIST

MENTOR – Lake County Right To Life Office
                     8558 Mentor Ave., behind Mosack’s   440 255-5257
MENTOR – Mosack’s Religious Gifts & Supplies   440 974-2221
WICKLIFFE-  Rich Winter  440 585-0688
WILLOUGHBY-  Rich & Sandy Smith   440 585-3123
WILLOUGHBY-  Jeff & Diane Hollis     440 946-3305
CONCORD-  Mark & Chris Reed   440 352-8812
WILLOUGHBY HILLS-  Deb & Stan Malovrh  440 943-6201
EASTLAKE-   ST JUSTIN MARTYR   440 946-1177
MADISON-  Joe & Dawn Slike  440 428-9023
PERRY-  Bob & Jacqui Fetsko  440 428-4987

 

 

 

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National March for Life 2015 Bus Information:


March for Life, Trip to Washington, D.C.

Please join us as we participate in the March for Life in Washington D.C. on Jan 22, 2015:

Sacred Heart of Jesus Respect Life Committee is planning a bus trip with an overnight stay at the Renaissance DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9th St NW, Washington DC, 20001 (March for Life Conference & Expo will be held at this hotel) 

-Bus leaves Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, 1545 South Green Rd, South Euclid, Ohio 44121, at    6:30 a.m. on January 21st and returns on January 22nd by approximately midnight.

-Cost of bus:  $20 adult, no cost for student (Paid in advance) NOTE NEW PRICE!!

-Overnight at Renaissance hotel on Jan. 21st: Single - $210; Double - $105 each; Triple - $70 each; Quad - $52.50 each (credit card may be used to pay for room)

-Youth Rally & Mass on Jan. 22nd in the morning.  March for Life at 12:00 Noon on Jan. 22nd

-Leave Washington between 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. approx.

-Deadline: when bus is full or Dec. 15. ( NOTE CHANGE)

-For reservations, to request a form to register or more information, contact Barbara Latini: 216-382-1910. The only money needed before the trip is payment for the bus.  Fill-out the form that will be sent to you (by request) and include a check made payable to SHJ Respect Life Committee for each adult and mail to: Barbara Latini, 1738 Beaconwood Ave, South Euclid, OH 44121


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ST. JUSTIN MARTYR CHURCH will be chartering a bus to attend the MARCH FOR LIFE in Washington, D.C.on January 21, 2015 for the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. We leave our parking lot on Wednesday around 10 P.M. and return the following evening. 
Approximate cost is $55 .We would like to fill the bus with new faces so more may experience this awesome event!  Hope you will join us!  For more information or  questions, please call:  Pat 440 946-8154


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St. Joan of Arc Church in Chagrin Falls is offering a 1 day bus trip to the March for Life. Our trip is teen oriented, but all ages are welcome. We'll depart Wednesday January 21 at Midnight and return around 1am Thursday night/Friday morning. Our trip includes the Youth Rally & Mass for Life, the march and the March for Life Expo. Cost is $65 per person. Contact Melissa Olenik, 440-247-4316.


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By popular demand, the Eparchy of Parma now is offering a one day adult (18 or older) bus trip to Washington, DC for the annual March for Life.

Add your voice to tens of thousands of others from across the country to speak on behalf of preborn children during the national March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, January 22, 2015.

We’re departing from the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Parma, Ohio, on the morning of Thursday, January 22 and returning to the Cathedral on Thursday evening. In addition to the annual March, we also will see national historic sites and monuments, and pray the Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the Supreme Court building with our Bishop John.

 he total cost is $50.00, which includes Thursday breakfast and snacks, as well as your roundtrip bus ticket. Bring money for Thursday brunch and dinner (at least $20 recommended), and additional spending money for snacks and souvenirs, if you would like.

For complete details and registration materials, pickup a brochure, talk to Father, or visit http://www.byzcathculturalcenter.org/Tickets and space are extremely limited, so signup TODAY.

The registration deadline is Monday, January 12, 2015. Don’t miss this chance to be the voice of the voiceless and speak on behalf of preborn children who need you desperately!