More States Seek to End Abortion
Dear Friend of Life,
Protecting all babies at the moment of conception, without compromise or exception is our goal here in Indiana.
And we are not alone in our mission to save every baby from the horror of abortion.
Oklahoma Senator Joseph Silk recently filed a bill which would ban all abortions without exception.
Last year, a Texas legislator filed an abortion ban, and it has been projected he will do it again.
And that’s not all. Other states besides Texas and Oklahoma are seeking to draft legislation like Rep. Curt Nisly’s historic Protection at Conception Bill and have contacted Hoosiers for Life for help.
The Protection at Conception Bill would treat an unborn baby like any other baby under the law, offering our tiniest neighbors the protection they deserve.
For forty five years, children have been legally slaughtered in our country, and states across our great nation are stepping up and trying to save not just a few, but all of them.
Hoosiers for Life has been at the forefront of this movement to save every baby, and even though Public Policy Chair Rep. Ben Smaltz did Planned Parenthood’s bidding two years in a row and killed the Protection at Conception Bill, we are ready to push for this life saving legislation yet again.
Rep. Curt Nisly pledged to file the Protection at Conception Bill in the 2019 legislative session, and he is determined to keep fighting for every unborn baby’s right to live.
But, the battle ahead will not be an easy one. Not only will the pro-aborts fight against a bill to save babies, but the Indiana Establishment frowns upon legislation which would save the youngest unborn children. The Political Class has instructed legislators NOT to try to save babies under 24 weeks in our state.
In fact, when asked about the Protection at Conception Bill recently, House Speaker Brian Bosma stated Indiana doesn’t want to “carry the baton” in ending abortion.
He does not want Indiana to be the first state to save every baby from abortion?
This is a puzzling statement for a “pro-life” politician to make. Especially because Bosma considers himself to be “the most pro-life Speaker in forty years.”
Perhaps Bosma will jump on board with saving babies once he’s sees everyone else is doing it.
But I hope the House Speaker will listen to the army of Hoosiers demanding an immediate end to abortion in Indiana. After all, for every year Planned Parenthood succeeds in influencing our pro-life politicians, another 8,000 babies will die.
There are a couple of ways you can be a voice for unborn Hoosier babies. First, make sure you’ve signed your Protection of Life Petition letting Brian Bosma and other pro-life Republican legislators know you believe all babies should be protected at the moment of conception.
Then, forward the petition to three of your friends who will sign.
Despite opposition from the abortion industry and the Political Elite, I will not stop fighting until every last child is protected at the moment of conception. And the idea that we can save them all is spreading across the nation, which is good news for the pro-life community and our pre-born neighbors.
Hoosiers for Life
P.S. An Oklahoma senator recently filed an abortion ban in his state, and there are more states that will follow suit. Since House Speaker Brian Bosma does not think Indiana should save Hoosier babies before another state saves its babies, perhaps he will at least follow others as they push for an end to the abortion holocaust in our nation.
But, I hope he will listen to pro-life Hoosiers demanding an immediate end to abortion in Indiana.
Sign your Protection of Life Petition now, letting Speaker Bosma know Indiana should be at the forefront of the abortion battle, fighting for every unborn child’s right to live. Then, forward the petition to three of your friends who will sign.
If you could chip in $5 or $10 today, it would help Hoosiers for Life work toward protecting all unborn babies at the moment of conception.
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