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Bradley Mattes   |   June 12, 2024

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Ten Republican members of Congress sent a letter to the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, asking for answers regarding the protection of our environment.  With the enormous increase of at-home chemical abortions, the pills, placenta, and bodies of unborn babies are being flushed down the toilet – a ghastly thought to consider, but true.  They want to know if the EPA has studied the impact these abortions are having on our waterways and drinking water.  Does it pose a threat to humans and wildlife?  They also want to know what measures are being taken to keep us safe.  Visit lifeissues.org to find out if your member of Congress was part of this positive effort and then call and thank them.  They would be delighted to hear from you.  I called mine. 

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