Clark County Right to Life

from conception until natural death


Picture above of the Roe v Wade Memorial at Clark County Courthouse January 2020 

On June 24, 2022, the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade and returned the regulation of abortion to the states (as it was before 1973). See "After Roe" for today's decision. 

Today as well as yesterday and tomorrow our CCRTL educational message remains the same:

Pregnant? You are not alone. Another heart is beating close to your heart and there are many hearts in the community ready and willing to provide support during and after pregnancy so that you and your baby can live and thrive. See HERE.

Many states have taken this opportunity to pass laws restricting abortion...and a few even banning abortion except to save the mother's life. Washington in 1991 removed legal protection from the newly conceived human individual throughout the nine months of pregnancy. That is the current law. 

 A woman's right to choose? Read the testimonies of women who regret their legal abortions HERE.


Listen to voices of women who grieve over their abortion HERE 

What about men whose child is aborted? HERE 

If only they had known about local pregnancy resources HERE.   

If only they had seen their baby and heard the heartbeat HERE. 

If only a doctor had explained what abortion does...see below.

If only someone had gotten involved HERE.

Listen to the voices of those few who survived an abortion attempt HERE.

  • Recent Events

  • Thanks to our current Board members who committed to serve another year at our annual membership meeting Sept. 12: Dorothy Gill, Jennifer Dickson, William Gilkerson and Gerry Parmantier. We plan to continue to meet on the second Tuesday of every other month from 6:30 -7:45 PM at Wendy's 13723 Mill Plain Blvd. Newcomers are welcome and there are two empty positions on the Board.  See Current Board/Officers HERE.  For more info contact Gerry at 360-831-7542 (call/leave message/send text) or email 

      40 Days for Life ended with a get together at Cameo Cafe on Nov. 4. Baby clothes were collected for Birthright. Next 40 Days for Life        begins Feb. 14. 

       CCRTL Board Meeting for November, originally set for Nov. 14, has been postponed until Nov. 28.                

Questions about abortion? Ex-abortion doctors use computer-generated images (which may be upsetting to some viewers). However, no graphic pictures of actual aborted babies. 
RU 486 drugs

Clark County Right to Life is non-partisan and non-sectarian. We welcome anyone who shares our conviction that every human being has a God-given inalienable right to life which should be respected in fact, supported in need and protected by law from conception until natural death.