HB 1097, Protection at Conception Bill Has Been Filed
This is the moment we have all been fighting for!
After fighting the good fight for forty four years, striving to save babies and help women, revealing the horrors of abortion, and educating the public about the true nature of Planned Parenthood, the moment the pro-life movement has been fighting for has finally arrived!
Pro-life champion, Rep. Curt Nisly, has filed the Protection at Conception bill, HB 1097, which treats the unborn like any other living individual. If other legislators at the Statehouse are courageous enough to pass this bill, every single Hoosier baby will be protected at the moment of conception.
I am so excited for this opportunity and ever grateful for Representative Curt Nisly, who bravely stands for what is right, no matter what Republican establishment may throw at him. Rep. Nisly not only talks the pro-life talk, but he walks the pro-life walk. He has accomplished what no other lawmaker has before him and filed a bill which would end abortion in Indiana once and for all.
Rep. Nisly has done his job. The bill is in the hopper, and now our work begins.
In order to pass this bill, we need a fair hearing and a roll call vote. Speaker Bosma and Public Policy Chair, Ben Smaltz, both point to their voting records as proof they are against abortion, but how can anyone vote on a bill these guys kill in committee?
With a roll call vote, constituents will know for sure which legislators stand with Planned Parenthood and which stand with the army of Hoosiers behind the Protection at Conception bill.
We, the pro-life community in Indiana, need to band together and demand our Representatives uphold the Indiana Constitution, which recognizes a God given right to live and the protection of posterity!
I am tired of the bullies at Planned Parenthood pretending to run the show. They march around in vulgar costumes and hats, waving their banner of Roe v. Wade and even try to make people believe they have a constitutional right to abortion. I am fighting back with hard cutting truths.
Roe v. Wade is not the law of the land. Government 101 teaches us courts don’t make laws! Further, the right to kill your own child is not in the Constitution.
Thankfully, what can be found in our Constitution is a God given right to live as well as a way to protect us from over reaching, tyrannical federal rule which may try to strip away our rights. The tenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution decrees power not given to the federal government by the Constitution is power which belongs to the states.
Indiana has a vested interest in protecting its own citizens, and the federal government cannot intervene. In essence, the feds do not have jurisdiction and we have a constitutional right to protect Hoosier babies without interference. All we need is the courage to do the right thing.
The baby killing machine, Planned Parenthood wants you to believe you are powerless because of the courts, but reality is the great state of Indiana has the power to protect posterity if only our so-called pro-life legislators would take courage, stand up to the abortion bully, and declare “NO MORE child killing!”
Our legislators are not relieved of their responsibility to uphold the Constitution and protect a baby’s right to live simply because of what another government official might do.
Planned Parenthood has made many believe the lie that the courts are the hold up, but really, when Speaker Bosma reportedly plans to kill the bill and Ben Smaltz refuses to hear the bill, it is NOT the courts that are in the way of ending abortion in Indiana.
The current roadblock to abolishing abortion in our state is the “pro-life” Republican leadership at the Statehouse.
We the people are not powerless, my friend. Our voices and our votes can be the tidal wave that drowns the abortion industry once and for all. Thousands and thousands of people in Indiana want to see an end to abortion and that number only keeps growing.
But, believe it or not, there are still some people who have not heard about this historic bill. I’m counting on you to sign your petition demanding a hearing and a vote on Protection at Conception. After that, please do not wait—forward your petition on to all of your friends who will sign. A message will be sent directly to Republican leadership, letting them know you are part of the army of people demanding this bill be heard.
Lastly, while I am confident a hearing and a vote will expose the pro-aborts in pro-life clothing down at the Statehouse, Planned Parenthood will fight with all of its baby killing might to make sure this bill dies. They feel safer when the bill dies in committee, without a vote, and even publicly thanked Republican Ben Smaltz for making that happen last year.
With an army twice the size of Planned Parenthood’s, our voice would roar through the Statehouse, and our legislators would know we mean business. I hope you’ll consider chipping in $25, $50, or more to help me reach even more like-minded people with news about the Protection at Conception bill. If that’s too much, even $10 or $15 would go a long way in reaching more people who could pressure our legislators to represent us well.
It’s time for Indiana Republicans to stop representing Planned Parenthood and start representing the pro-life voters who put them in office. After all, a total ban on abortion is what we, the pro-life people of Indiana, have been fighting for all of these years. Our hard work has finally paid off.
If your legislators will not join us as we make history in Indiana, then when election season comes around, I will be here to let you know about it. Thank you so much for your support. I’m certain, if they could, your pre-born neighbors would thank you, too.
P.S. Rep. Curt Nisly of Goshen has filed the Protection at Conception bill, HB 1097, which would save all babies from abortion. In order to see which legislators stand with the thousands of pro-life voters in Indiana and which stand with Planned Parenthood, we need a fair hearing and a roll call vote on this historic bill.
Lastly, please consider chipping in $25, $50, or more to help us reach more people who can also demand a hearing and a vote for Protection at Conception. If that’s too much, even $10 or $15 will go a long way in gaining even more support than we already have for this life saving bill.