Now that’s the question of the day as we mark 41 years of the abortion holocaust in our country and 41 years of Planned Parenthood’s anti-life, anti-women scourge on our communities. That’s the question I ask now as we enter the last couple of months of our legislative session here in Wisconsin. I ask it directly of the State Senate where we have 2 pro-life bills sitting waiting for action in this house so the bills can go to the governor. Assembly Bill 216 would keep taxpayers from having to pay for the abortions of state employees and would also create a religious freedom exemption for churches and other religious organizations so they can offer their employees health insurance that does not include contraceptives that are abortion-inducing—against their religious beliefs. Assembly Bill 217 would ban sex-selective abortions in our state.whole article at Wisconsin Family Action
In addition to these two bills, we have Assembly Bill 206 in the Senate, ready for this body to vote on and get to the governor. Assembly Bill 206 authorizes a Choose Life Wisconsin license plate with proceeds from the sale of the plate going to our Pregnancy Resource Centers so they can continue and enlarge their life-saving, life-affirming, pro-women work.
Really, who can put a price—whether that price is financial, social, or political—on saving the life of a baby? I’m hopeful that our State Senate will clearly see the answer to that question and join wholeheartedly in 2014 Sanctity of Human Life month by acting on these bills so that in 2015, we can report more Wisconsin babies saved and more Wisconsin women protected from the horrors of abortion.
Also FYI if you are going to March for Life
@RepSeanDuffy holding open house for constituents attending @March_for_Life in DC 1/22, 3-5:30p, 1208 LongworthHouse @badgercatholic
— ✰✰WI Family Action✰✰ (@WIFamilyAction) January 14, 2014