What’s at Stake in 2022

Vote NO on Prop 3

Vote NO on Proposal 3

This proposal, which will be on your ballot this November, will add an amendment to the Michigan Constitution and will have serious consequences to any issue related to pregnancy.

Proposal 3 will usurp your parental rights.

Proposal 3 will allow late-term abortions.

Proposal 3 will require taxpayer funding of abortion.

Proposal 3 will exempt abortion facilities from health and safety regulations.

Proposal 3 will allow anyone to perform an abortion.

Vote No on Proposal 3

Volunteer to Defeat Proposal 3

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Vote NO on Proposal 3Spread the Word about Proposal 3

  • Place a sign in your yard.
  • Put a bumper sticker on your car.
  • Wear a button everywhere you go.

These materials are available for free at the Grand Rapids Right to Life office.

Get Your Church Involved

  • Distribute flyers in your church bulletin or church mailboxes.
  • Invite a free speaker to your church to explain this radical proposal.
  • Set-up a display to information your congregation about Proposal 3.

Contact Tammy to get your church involved in defeating Proposal 3.

Summary of the Proposed Amendment

“Constitutional Amendment to: establish new individual right to reproductive freedom, including right to make and carry out all decisions about pregnancy, such as prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion, miscarriage management, and infertility; allow state to prohibit abortion after fetal viability unless needed to protect a patient’s life or physical or mental health; forbid state discrimination in enforcement of this right; prohibit prosecution of an individual, or a person helping a pregnant individual, for exercising rights established by this amendment; and invalidate all state laws that conflict with this amendment.”

Proposal 3 Will Affect or Repeal Current Laws

The following laws are currently on the books in Michigan but would be significantly altered or completely repealed if Proposal 3 is passed in November.

  • Parental consent for a child’s pregnancy treatment
  • Ban on school employees helping children have abortions
  • Parental consent for children seeking abortions
  • Statutory rape and incest laws
  • Screening for women being coerced to have abortions
  • Partial-Birth Abortion Ban
  • Born-Alive Infant Protection Act
  • Penalties for abortions after viability
  • Requirement that only doctors perform abortions
  • Health and safety requirements for abortion facilities
  • Ban on tax-funded abortions
  • Preventing health insurance from covering abortions
  • Informed consent for women seeking abortions
  • 24-hour waiting period for abortion
  • Ultrasound Viewing law
  • Conscience protections for doctors and nurses
  • Reporting requirements on abortion statistics and complications
  • Michigan’s original abortion bans from 1846 and 1931
  • Michigan Surrogate Parenting Act
  • Ban on commercialized surrogacy
  • Ban on human cloning

Understand Proposal 3

Read the amendment with an in-depth analysis of each section.