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State Legislators Have Proposed 500 Laws Nationwide This Year to Save Babies From Abortion

State Legislators Have Proposed 500 Laws Nationwide This Year to Save Babies From Abortion –

Americans all across the country are sending a message to the U.S. Supreme Court: It’s time to end Roe v. Wade and protect unborn babies from abortion once again. And they are doing so, in part, through the lawmakers whom they have chosen to represent them in their state legislatures.

State lawmakers continue crusade against Roe vs. Wade with flood of new abortion bills

Energized by the conservative tilt of the U.S. Supreme Court, legislators in Republican-led states have put forward hundreds of abortion restrictions, including near-total bans, eager to offer the vehicle to achieve a long-standing goal: the unwinding of Roe vs. Wade.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Huchinson Signs Bill to Ban Abortions, Save 3,000 Babies Every Year –

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a law Tuesday to ban the killing of unborn babies in abortions throughout the state. Prior to signing the law, the Republican governor expressed hopes that it will prompt the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider Roe v. Wade, KNWA News 5 reports.

2nd Nebraska City Bans Abortions, Becomes “Sanctuary for the Unborn” –

A second Nebraska city voted this week to ban abortions by becoming a Sanctuary for the Unborn. The unanimous vote by the Blue Hill City Council on Tuesday made it the 25th city in the United States to pass an ordinance that protects unborn babies from abortions, Live Action News reports.

Life begins at conception. Abortion is legalized murder.

Christine Hammett

Is a baby only real if he is wanted? Please, choose life! Chris Hammett is a pro-life blogger (Abolitionist Arise) and 40 Days for Life participant joining millions in praying for an end to abortion and for Personhood from conception until natural death. She is a prayer partner with ProLife Action Ministries. She lives in Central Florida and has been married for 40+ years. Owen Osvaldo (O.O.) is their first grandchild. She previously worked as a graphic and web designer with Empower Creative Services LLC. She is currently practicing wildlife photography. The photography page of this site features some of her images from Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive.

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