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March 17, 2022

Kansas Value Them Both Amendment

On August 2nd, the voters of Kansas will decide the fate of the proposed VALUE THEM BOTH state constitutional amendment, which seeks to reclaim the right of the people to regulate abortion through their elected representatives. Many Kansans are unaware that this right was taken from them in 2019 when the Kansas Supreme Court created a “right” to abortion in the wording of the state’s constitution. This critical moment is a one-time opportunity for Kansans to reverse a great injustice. The amendment protects over 20 pro-life state laws that have been established over the last two decades.

In the book of Proverbs, we are told to, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.” (Prov. 31:8). Now, more than ever, Christians need to be speaking the truth in their communities. God's truth about the inherent value of every mother and baby must be proclaimed not only in our homes, churches, and neighborhoods, but also at the ballot box.

Without the VALUE THEM BOTH Amendment, Kansas will become a destination for out-of-state travelers seeking extreme abortions, even up to the moment of birth. This amendment is essential to defend the progress the people of Kansas have made.

Kansans, on August 2nd, “Yes” is the pro-life vote. So, vote “Yes” for the VALUE THEM BOTH Amendment.

Thank you for allowing me to share this opportunity, and concern, with you. The eyes of our nation are watching.

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