“This reckless ruling puts vulnerable Oklahoma women and their unborn children back at risk from dangerous abortion drugs,” said SBA List State Policy Director Sue Liebel. “Abortion advocates present the abortion pill as an easy, painless and private way to end a pregnancy – but these drugs are four times riskier than surgical abortion. Women who take them can get sicker, faster, are more likely to end up in emergency rooms, and could even die…
Democrats in Washington will stop at nothing to expand abortion on demand, paid for by taxpayers, up to birth – even trying to revive the Equal Rights Amendment after its ratification deadline expired decades ago.
Senate Democrats have introduced nine appropriations bills without long-standing pro-life Hyde protections – Senator Steve Daines (R-MT), Chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus, tells us why these bills will be dead on arrival on the Senate floor… and much more!
Democrat senators are marching in lockstep with Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and the radical abortion lobby over the will of the American people and the lives of the vulnerable.
“Terry McAuliffe’s abortion extremism is an affront to voters across the commonwealth,” said Mallory Quigley, national spokeswoman for Women Speak Out Virginia – 2021 PAC. “Our campaign underscores the contrast that Glenn Younkin has made clear throughout this race: McAuliffe stands in lockstep with the abortion industry in support of late-term abortions on fully-developed unborn babies who feel pain, barbaric partial-birth abortions, and even infanticide – all paid for by taxpayer dollars. His position is not only morally repugnant – it is politically repellent. Pro-life is a winning issue in Virginia and across the country.”
“For two generations, the Supreme Court has prevented state lawmakers from acting on the will of the people to protect vulnerable unborn babies and mothers,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Scientific advances reveal the undeniable humanity of unborn children, who can feel pain by 15 weeks. Women have achieved historic gains in social equality not because of Roe, but in spite of it. In the 21st century no woman in America need be forced to choose between her dreams and her children’s lives. Yet the United States’ extreme abortion laws have yet to reflect this progress, allowing abortion on demand up to birth. The strong majority of Americans agree it is time to modernize our laws.
“Attorney General Fitch and her team have boldly and masterfully fought for Mississippi’s pro-life law every step of the way. We are proud to stand with them and urge the Court to let a real democratic debate finally move forward.”