The Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021 would, if enacted, permit any and all abortions at every stage of pregnancy.
The Texas law is exclusionary because, even with the law in place, many babies will die.
“Another new Texas law, which has elicited far more controversy, seeks to use civil rather than criminal law to protect the lives of vulnerable children in the womb. Tragically, the President, Speaker of the House, and other public officials have responded with statements that ignore our nation’s sacred interest to protect the life and health of both mothers and their unborn children, instead responding with radical pledges to mobilize the full force of the federal government to block all efforts to protect the life of the child in the womb.
Fair elections are the foundation of a free society. The push by some in Congress to legalize massive voter fraud is a direct assault of the freedom we enjoy in America.
“The Exemption Committee re-analyzed some of the exemption requests that were submitted and had been initially denied…and has reversed its initial decision and has now approved your exemption.”
Methodist Health System cannot violate federal and state law and deny employees’ religious exemptions to inject a drug into their body. Health care heroes should not be treated like zeros.
Our federal law protects the religious convictions of employees to avoid making them choose between following their conscience or facing punishment. It is unlawful to force employees to violate their conscience, especially where there are reasonable options to accommodate their religious convictions.
The law is part of a broader nationwide effort to protect human life. At least 12 other states have enacted bans early in pregnancy.
Stanton Public Policy Center/Purple Sash Revolution is planning a large prayer rally and gathering at the Supreme Court on Saturday, October 2, in support of the Dobbs v. Jackson case which could overturn Roe v. Wade.
Pray that the Supreme Court leaves it alone.
The ban will likely take effect on Wednesday.
“The life of the mother is incredibly important, as is the life of the unborn child.”
“We cannot let this assault on the culture of life go unchecked.”
Proponents of the bill told lawmakers its “unique drafting” could make it the first of its kind that can’t be held up in the courts before it takes effect.
Millions of people are still without power across the state as a result of winter storms bringing record low temperatures to the south