Barbara Lyons, executive director of Wisconsin Right to Life, said February 18 on the group's website, "It is far past time for Wisconsin citizens to recognize that Planned Parenthood, through its local clinics, refers the overwhelming majority of pregnant women it sees to abortion clinics, most probably one of its own abortion clinics, where a fee is extracted from the women.
What does WRTL stand for?
WRTL stands for Wisconsin Right to Life
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The controlling opinion in Wisconsin Right to Life further adjusted the functional-equivalent test, stating that "a court should find that [a communication] is the functional equivalent of express advocacy only if [it] is susceptible to no reasonable interpretation other than as an appeal to vote for or against a specific candidate.
Hosted by the group Wisconsin Right to Life, the event is going to be a closed event, which generally means no press.
In its late June, 5-4 decision on Wisconsin Right to Life v.
06-969 Argued April 25, 2007 Decided June 25, 2007 [Summary: This 5--4 ruling concluded that the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 (BCRA) is unconstitutional as it related to three issue related ads that the Wisconsin Right to Life organization had planned to air within 30 days of an election primary, in conflict with Section [section] 203 of the BCRA rules.
David Broder, the esteemed political writer for The Washington Post, summarized the case: “The 5 to 4 decision in Wisconsin Right to Life v.
Wisconsin Right To Life (WRTL) is expected later this summer before the end of the court's term.
22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by Democracy 21 President Fred Wertheimer on yesterday's court decision involving a key BCRA provision: A three-judge district court panel yesterday, by a 2 to 1 vote, struck down the application of the "electioneering communications" provisions in the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (BCRA) to three specific ads the Wisconsin Right to Life corporation (WRTL) sought to air during the 2004 Wisconsin Senate election, and that referred to Senator Russell Feingold (D-WI), a candidate for re-election.