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Lifesitelogo.jpg is an independent news agency that reports on news that affects the pro-life community, but which disparages the pro-life Heartbeat Bill as "controversial" and includes a pro-abortion argument that "[s]tate taxpayers have been forced to pay pro-abortion groups’ legal fees after losing other abortion cases."[1] covers such topics as abortion, assisted suicide and euthanasia, bioethics issues such as human cloning and stem cell research, campaigns and elections, and legal and legislative issues. covers state as well as international life news. Per their website, email and weekly radio broadcast, claims to reach over 250,000 pro-life advocates.


Steven Ertelt created Pro-Life Infonet in 1992 which became He serves as the Vice-President of LifeChoice Pregnancy Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Steven is formerly the past president of Right to Life of Wyoming, former executive director of Montana Right to Life and as the former public affairs director for Indiana Right to Life. Also, a former president of Students for Life of America and started the college outreach at the National Right to Life Committee.

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