Take Action: Save the 18,000

Susan B.
Anthony List

Take Action: Save the 18,000

Pro-Life Friend –

I hope you had a very Merry Christmas and are continuing to enjoy this wonderful season!
As we get closer to the New Year, I’ve been reflecting on the highlights of 2013. One such triumph was the June vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. This bill, which protects unborn babies – capable of feeling excruciating pain more than halfway through pregnancy, passed in the House of Representatives. It was the first time that Congress voted to protect an entire class of unborn children.
Pro-Life Friend, the fight to protect these unborn babies continues in the Senate into 2014.
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (S.1670) was introduced by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) in November. It is critical that the Senate join the House in holding a vote on this historic legislation in 2014.
Even pro-abortion Senator Harry Reid – Majority Leader in the Senate – said he’d be “happy to take a look” at it. But in order to force a vote in the Senate, every Senator needs to hear from their constituents. They must understand that protecting unborn babies from the horror of late abortion is the top priority.
Once you’ve take action, don’t forget to forward this on to all of your pro-life friends and family so they, too, can tell their Senators to support this historic bill.

Thank you,

Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave
Vice President for Government Affairs
Susan B. Anthony List

P.S. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is the SBA List’s legislative priority going into 2014. Tell your Senators to make it their priority in 2014. Click here to tell them to co-sponsor and advance this legislation – which will save over 18,000 lives each year – in the Senate.

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