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November 02, 2022

Babies on the Ballot

If you care about innocent human life, you have to be very careful with regard to whom you cast a vote. From the moment Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court, members of Congress and elected officials in multiple states have been working tirelessly to ensure that not one unborn baby is saved from abortion.

A dozen House Democrats just introduced legislation to give the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) $100 million dollars over five years for a "public awareness campaign" to inform people about the "negative health impacts on communities when access to abortion… is restricted or banned." We can do that for free! The impact is MORE BABIES LIVE! That is a good thing.

Now a bill has been introduced by Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA) and four other congressmen to establish a "reproductive and sexual health" official within HHS. Part of the job would be regulating "misinformation" on abortion and being an advocate for abortion access."

Don't overlook what they are trying to do. They want millions of Americans who are pro-life to be forced to pay for efforts to increase the number of abortions in America. This is outrageous. We need pro-life majorities in the House and Senate!

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