#1 U.S. House to vote on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act!
WASHINGTON (October 2, 2017) — The Republican leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives intends to bring a major pro-life bill to the House floor for a vote on Tuesday, October 3, 2017.
The bill is the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36), which would extend general protection to unborn children nationwide beginning at 20 weeks fetal age, based on congressional recognition that by this point in development, if not earlier, the unborn child is capable of experiencing pain. H.R. 36, sponsored by Reps. Trent Franks (R-Az.), is based on model legislation developed by National Right to Life and enacted in 16 states.
Please use the form below to send an email message to send to your representative in the U.S. House, urging support for H.R. 36. You can modify the suggested message as you see fit. The tool will show you the name of your representative after you enter your information into the “Your Contact Information” fields.
To view an always-current list of House cosponsors of the bill, arranged by state, click here.
For access to extensive documentation regarding the pain capacity of unborn children and related subjects, click here.
In the U.S. Senate, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) will reintroduce the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act soon.
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#2 & #3 Several BAD bills were stopped in Sacramento this session, but several are now going on to theGovernor.
URGE his veto of:
AB 569: Outlawing Codes of Conduct related to Abortion and Sexual Behavior
Author: Asm. Gonzalez Fletcher, Sponsor NARAL Pro-Choice California and California Latinas for Reproductive Justice.
This bill specifically outlaws employee codes of conduct that prohibit abortion, contraception, or sex outside of marriage. There is a very narrow exemption for ministers. The bill is specifically targeting faith-based educational institutions, but will affect every faith-based organization.
As written it appears to require employers insurance coverage of abortion as well.
SB 743 – Makes sure Medi-Cal beneficiaries can get abortions from any provider, including Planned Parenthood
Author Asm. Hernandez.
SB 743 will ensure that Medi-Cal managed care enrollees like Planned Parenthood can continue to be a state vendor, even if the federal government bans certain abortion providers from getting federal funds.
If the federal government stops paying tax dollars to Planned Parenthood, et al,. YOUR California tax dollars will be substituted.
Abortion should NOT be a government-sponsored industry.