Your two U.S. Senators need to hear from you today about the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Susan B. Anthony List
Pro-life Friend –

Some Senators need our praise. Others need pressure.
You see, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has introduced the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would protect unborn babies beginning at 20 weeks, or more than halfway through pregnancy.
And since the bill’s introduction, 40 Senators have signed up as co-sponsors. Nearly every Republican Senator has signed on, except for the following:
  • Sen. Susan Collins (Maine)
  • Sen. Dean Heller (Nevada)
  • Sen. Mark Kirk (Illinois)
  • Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)
Meanwhile, sadly, not a single Democratic Senator has co-sponsored the bill – even those that say they are pro-life.
Pro-life Friend, take just 30 seconds to contact your two U.S. Senators right now. Through our action center, you’ll be able to send them a message based on if they’ve co-sponsored this historic legislation or not.
Remember, the more co-sponsors that we gather, the greater the chance we have at forcing a vote.
This bill will save lives. Over 18,000 lives each year. This is most important pro-life legislation to come before the Senate since the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban, which was signed into law 10 years ago this month.
And that’s exactly why the pro-abortion lobby is so afraid of this legislation.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said earlier this year that he would be “happy to look at it” when asked on Meet the Press if he would bring it to the floor for a vote… after implying that it is “fringe” legislation.
After you’ve taken action, forward this alert to as many of your like-minded friends and family as possible so they can contact their Senators too!
For Life,

Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave
Vice President for Government Affairs
Susan B. Anthony List
PS: Contact your two U.S. Senators right now using  our action center. You’ll be able to praise your Senators if they’ve co-sponsored this historic legislation, or urge them to co-sponsor if they haven’t.

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