Attorney Representing WRTL in Challenge to Aspects of McCain-Feingold to Speak at Legislative Conference on February 6
Contact: Susan Armacost, Legislative Director, Wisconsin Right to Life, 877-855-5007, 414-778-5780, firstname.lastname@example.org
MADISON, Wisc., Feb. 5 /Christian Newswire/ -- Members of the media are invited to cover the Wisconsin Right to Life-Christian Life Resources 2007 Legislative Conference which will be held on Tuesday, February 6 at the Inn on the Park on Capitol Square in Madison.
Hundreds of people from throughout the state will attend this event which is held on a bi-annual basis at the beginning of each new legislative session.
Highlights of the conference include:
- Luncheon speaker James Bopp, Jr. is the attorney who is representing WRTL in its challenge to aspects of the McCain-Feingold law. Mr. Bopp will be presenting oral arguments before the U. S. Supreme Court regarding this case on April 25. His luncheon presentation will begin at approximately 12:15.
- Assembly Speaker Mike Huebsch will kick off the conference at 9:00 am.
- Wisconsin Right to Life will unveil its 2007-08 legislative agenda at the conference.
- Senator Mary Lazich and Representative Bob Ziegelbauer will give conference participants helpful tips on how to lobby their legislators.
- Capitol staffers John Hogan and Lance Burri will "take the mystery out of the legislative process" for attendees.
- Other workshops, including one specifically for the over 100 teens who will be attending the conference.
Additional details are available at: www.wisconsinrighttolife.org
Wisconsin Right to Life is the state's premiere pro-life organization representing over one-half million households throughout Wisconsin. Wisconsin Right to Life believes that each human life is inherently valuable from fertilization to natural death. The mission of Wisconsin Right to Life is "To make euthanasia, infanticide, abortion and destruction of human embryos socially, ethically and legally unacceptable solutions to human problems and to promote positive alternatives to each of these acts."