Arkansas Senate Passes Bill to Ban Abortions, Would Save Thousands of Babies Every Year

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Arkansas Senate Passes Bill to Ban Abortions, Would Save Thousands of Babies Every Year

On Monday the Arkansas Senate passed S.B. 6 that would ban abortions in the Natural State and protect thousands of babies from being killed. Sen. Jason Rapert (R – Conway) and Rep. Mary Bentley (R – Perryville) are the key sponsors of the legislation that the state Senate approved on a 27-7 vote.

Arkansas Senator Jason Rapert for Lieutenant Governor

Jason is a proven and trusted public servant for Arkansas voters having already won four general elections. First elected to the Arkansas Senate (District 35) in 2010, Rapert has been popularly re-elected on three occasions – winning in 2012, 2014 and 2018.

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Survey: Women Go Silently From Church to Abortion Clinic – Focus on the Family

Many women with unplanned pregnancies go silently from the church pew to the abortion clinic, convinced the church would gossip rather than help, a 2015 study shows. More than four in 10 women who have had an abortion were churchgoers when they ended a pregnancy, researchers found in a survey sponsored by Care Net, a nonprofit organization supporting more than 1,100 pregnancy centers across North America.