Senate Vote on Abortion Soon

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Senate Vote on Abortion Soon

Bradley Mattes   |   June 26, 2017

The Senate released their bill on Obamacare.  If passed it would defund Planned Parenthood—a huge victory for the babies.  What’s in question is whether or not health insurance policies paid for by the government will pay for abortion, which means you and I would be actually paying to kill babies.  Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, is rallying her troops to contact their senators.  We expect a vote later this week.  Richards says it’s “cruel and inhumane” to stop them from brutally killing preborn children in the womb.  It’s absolutely essential you and others contact your senators now.  Tell them to support the bill that defunds Planned Parenthood and prevents tax funding of abortion.  Visit and click on the microphone icon for an easy link to reach them.  And pray!


It’s absolutely essential that you contact your US senators today. It’s easy. Ask them to support legislation that defunds Planned Parenthood and prevents tax dollars from paying for insurance plans that include abortion. The other side is rallying their troops, so we must do all we can to win this vote for the babies. Ask your family, friends, coworkers, neighbors and fellow church members to also call their senators. It’s truly that important!

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