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The Powhatan Chapter of the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL), NRLC's Virginia affiliate, did an ordinary thing as far as chapters go on Mother's Day 2005; it ran a signature ad featuring the names of 300 community members who support the right to life.
president of the Norfolk chapter of the anti-abortion Virginia Society for Human Life, told The Washington Post, perhaps somewhat presciently, "There was no proper study of the medical, moral, legal and scientific merits [of IVF].
WHEREAS, Geline Williams is a founding member of the pro-life movement, organizing the Virginia Society for Human Life in 1967 along with her husband Alex, joining the NRLC Board in 1977; and
Virginia Society for Human Life is seeking qualified applicants for the position of executive director.
They named it the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL).
Lynchburg, VA - - Thunderstorms lit up the May 22 Lynchburg skies much as they had 30 years before when local pro-lifers held the formational meeting for the first local chapter of the first statewide right-to-life organization, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL).
Hartz, president of the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL).
A massive lobbying effort by the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL), combined with strong support from Gov.