TENNESSEE RIGHT TO LIFE PROPOSES BILL TO ALLOW ABORTION PILL REVERSAL INFORMATION
RIGHT TO LIFE PROPOSAL SEEKS TO PROVIDE LIFE-SAVING INFORMATION TO WOMEN SEEKING ABORTION; BILL PASSES STATE HOUSE HEALTH SUBCOMMITTEE
From the moment a woman takes the abortion pill, she has about 72 hours to change her mind and save her baby, because of the proven Abortion Pill Reversal protocol.
More than one-third of abortions in the U.S. occur through the "abortion pill." As these numbers continue to rise, we know that no woman should ever feel forced to finish an abortion she regrets. Tennessee Right to Life seeks to ensure that women who are prescribed the abortion pill are given information about the abortion pill reversal protocol.
House Bill 2568 sponsored by Rep. Jeremy Faison (R-Cosby) and Senate Bill 2465 sponsored by Sen. Dolores Gresham (R-Somerville) would require abortion facilities to display a sign informing women that a chemical abortion may be reversed following the first dose of a two-dose protocol and requires a physician provide the same information during informed consent, 48 hours prior to the abortion.
Please thank members of the House Public Health Subcommittee for supporting the bill: Rep. Jerry Sexton, Chair (R-Bean Station), Rep. Matthew Hill (R-Jonesborough), Rep. Bryan Terry, M.D. (R-Murfreesboro), Rep. Micah Van Huss (R-Gray) and Rep. Ryan Williams (R-Cookeville).
Please click here for more information about the life saving bill.
URGENT: CALL ON YOUR U.S. HOUSE MEMBER TO OPPOSE THE PRO-ABORTION EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT RESOLUTION
On Thursday, February 13th, members of the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on a resolution that could insert the "Equal Rights Amendment" (ERA) into the United States Constitution.
The resolution, if passed, will nullify a 7-year ratification deadline that was attached to the ERA on its initial passage in 1972. If this deadline is nullified, the ERA will be allowed to become part of the U.S. Constitution because of the three states that recently ratified the the amendment: Nevada, Illinois, and Virginia.
The ERA contains language that would invalidate many important pro-life laws because they affect women, but not men. Abortion rights would be entrenched in our U.S. Constitution and many of our states' protections would no longer be enforceable.
Because of the nature of this resolution, the President would not have the authority to veto it.
If the ERA resolution is successfully passed this week, thousands of unborn lives are at stake. @ERA_No_Shortcuts