Two Crucial US Senate Votes


Two Crucial US Senate Votes

Bradley Mattes   |   February 24, 2020

A vote in the US Senate is imminent on two crucial pieces of legislation, and we need your help!  They’ll soon vote on The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act that would ensure babies born alive during an abortion receive the same care and medical treatment given to a child born prematurely.  The other is The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortions of unborn children after five months of pregnancy, a point by which the science is clear: unborn babies can feel excruciating pain during an abortion.  Tell your Senators to support these crucial bills by going to and clicking on the red “Take Action Now!” box.  The babies and their mothers need you to do this today, then please pray for their passage.

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    1. Virginia,

      The Take Action Box is on our front page you need scroll down slightly and you will see three boxes. The red on in the middle is our Take Action box. If you just click the line that says “Click here to contact your Senators” on the radio program page that will take you directly to the page where you just fill in your information and send it off.
      Please let us know if you have more questions.

      Respecting ALL life,

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