SBA List Launches Campaign Thanking Sen. Manchin for Opposing Reconciliation Bill That Funds Abortion
“We thank Senator Manchin for opposing trillions in new spending in the massive reconciliation bill, which includes taxpayer funding of abortion on demand. Under enormous pressure from pro-abortion leaders of his party, Manchin has consistently stood strong to protect unborn children, their mothers, and taxpayers from anti-life extremism in Washington…
“Under Gov. Abbott’s leadership, Texas lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have delivered yet another victory for Texas women and their unborn children. The safeguards newly signed into law will stop the expansion of mail-order abortion drugs that are four times as dangerous as surgical abortions…
“The American people are eager to modernize our laws to reflect decades of science showing that unborn children are as human as you and me – they have beating hearts and can feel pain. But Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi want to crush debate and impose a national ‘Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act’,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser.
PRESS CALL TOMORROW: SBA List President to Address Media Ahead of Vote on Biden-Pelosi “Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act”
“The American people are eager to modernize our laws to reflect decades of science showing that unborn children are as human as you and me. Abortion is not health care and the deceptively-named ‘Women’s Health Protection Act’ is about propping up the abortion industry, not protecting women,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser.
The Supreme Court sets a December 1st date for the Mississippi abortion case – we’re joined in studio by Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch. She shares how she’s preparing for oral arguments and why she says it’s time for Roe v. Wade to be overturned… and much more!
We find ourselves in a tremendous moment during the struggle to end abortion. For the first time in decades, there is a nearly universal feeling of hope among pro-life advocates as states advance an unprecedented number of bills that protect women and unborn children. Their optimism is boosted by the prospect that these laws will face a Supreme Court that, for the first time in a long time, seems more favorable toward states’ legitimate interest in protecting innocent life.