by: Justin Gray Updated:
WASHINGTON - A big battle is brewing within Georgia's anti-abortion community.
National Right to Life's board meets in Alexandria, Virginia, this weekend.
They'll decide whether to end their 43
Georgia Right to Life is a powerful
Their endorsement is huge in Republican primaries.
Georgia Right to Life's Karen Labarr traveled to Washington to defend the organization.
“It makes an impact of several percentage points in every race we weigh in on,” Labarr said.
With a high
Now a group just incorporated this month called Georgia Life Alliance, backed by some prominent state Republicans, is challenging Georgia Right to Life's role as the national Right to Life's state affiliate.
“It’s not about philosophy.
National Right to Life confirms its board will make a decision at their board meeting this weekend where "both organizations will be given the opportunity to present their positions. To protect the parties involved, these procedures are handled internally and confidentially by the Board of Directors."
“We feel like we're directly in sync with the people of Georgia,” said Labarr.
The board will meet to make a decision Saturday.
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