The Queensland election on Saturday 31 October 2020 is shaping up to be one of the most significant elections in our State’s history. Opportunities to stand up for life and our freedoms are some of the issues at stake.
Our Queensland Director Wendy Francis is hosting 'Meet Your Candidate Forums' in a number of electorates across the State. You're invited to come along and hear the vision of the candidates and ask your tough questions. Meetings will be held in a COVID-19 safe manner. Do come and invite others. We look forward to seeing you there!
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The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes this week’s Queensland LNP announcement that, if elected, they will review the state's recently changed abortion laws. A LNP spokesperson flagged that provisions on abortion coercion, gestational limits and counselling requirements were the main targets for a review.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby commends the Queensland government for today postponing their planned euthanasia legislation until after the October election, and for committing more funding for palliative care. The Palaszczcuk Government today referred the issue to the Law Reform Commission for a report by March 2021.Read more
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk failed a leadership test today when the media asked her about yesterday’s dreadful Health Committee report recommending assisted suicide, the Australian Christian Lobby says.Read more
Thank you Queensland supporters for your very positive response to our Local Council elections campaign!Read more
In 2016, then Health Minister Cameron Dick revealed to the Qld Parliament that in the previous 11 years over 200 Qld babies had survived abortions, but these babies were left to die after birth, and sadly this number was increasing. Queensland Health confirmed that if a baby survives an abortion procedure and is born alive, life-sustaining care is not given to the baby and it is left to perish in the clinic. Children by Choice also commented on the statistic and said that the decision may be because of a foetal abnormality yet we know that this is not the case for all the aborted babies.Read more
The largest petition in more than eight years was tabled today in the Queensland parliament.
With 39,261 signatures, it shows that an inordinately large number of Queenslanders are extremely concerned about Jackie Trad’s radical abortion bill.Read more