In Anticipation of January 22nd Roe v. Wade Memorial
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 15, 2018 (Cincinnati, OH):
I think it’s safe to say that the entire abortion industry is based on a lie…. I am dedicated to spending the rest of my life undoing the law that bears my name.
(Norma McCorvey, 1948-2017, plaintiff “Jane Roe” in Roe v Wade lawsuit)
In conjunction with the March for Life in Washington D.C., West Coast March for Life, and countless local marches and events this week to protest the January 22nd Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion on demand, Congress is poised to pass some human life protections:
Heartbeat Protection Act: In the House of Representatives – to protect unborn babies with detectable beating hearts from abortion, as as early as six weeks gestation. The bill’s concept originated in Ohio with much continued grassroots support, though a state version is yet to be passed.
Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act: In the House of Representatives – to address the fact that since the original Born-Alive Bill became law in 2002, investigations have revealed abortionists let babies die or deny life-saving care if they survive a botched abortion.
Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act: Voted out of the House, now in the Senate – to ban abortion of babies after 20 weeks gestation when there is agreement that babies feel pain (not including babies conceived in sexual assault). If voted out of the Senate, the bill will go to President Trump for signature into law.
See this LifeSiteNews article on the current political climate in Washington D.C. for these bills.
“Until Roe v. Wade is overturned, the work continues to find ways to protect unborn children from abortion death,” said Paula Westwood, Executive Director, Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati. “We will not rest, however, till the law at all levels of government guarantees the right to life of every innocent human being, from earliest beginnings to last breath.”
Contact your U.S. Representative on the Heartbeat Protection Act and Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
Contact your U.S. Senator on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.