Gorsuch Confirmed, “Roe” On “Borrowed Time.”

Editor   |   April 07, 2017

This is BIG news that I want to share with you! The confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch brings America’s babies and their mothers an important step closer to being protected from the abortion industry. At times like these I’m reminded that our 15 months of work to elect a pro-life president was worth every invested penny and hour.

Rumors continue to circulate that US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy may be the next justice to retire, which means we MUST be ready to engage in an even more difficult battle.
Thanks for standing with us!
Brad Mattes, President
Life Issues Institute

April 7, 2017

HEADLINE: Life Issues Institute President: With Gorsuch confirmation, Roe is on borrowed time

Cincinnati, Ohio – Life Issues Institute President Bradley Mattes called the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the US Supreme Court “a huge victory for America’s unborn babies and their mothers.”
“The confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the US Supreme Court means Roe v Wade is living on borrowed time and the will of the majority will ultimately prevail in seeing the end of legal abortion,” Mattes said.
“We believe Justice Gorsuch is a key to this process.”
Founded in 1991 by Mattes and J.C. Willke, MD, Life Issues Institute is dedicated to changing hearts and minds of millions of people through education.
Organizations and individuals around the world depend upon Life Issues Institute to provide the latest information and effective tools to protect innocent human life from fertilization to natural death.

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