New York Sweeping Abortion Bill Sets U.S. Precedent

The extreme New York abortion deregulation bill we told you about last Thursday, Reproductive Health Act (S5808 (Stewart-Cousins)/A11484 (Glick) The Reproductive Health Act), may come up for a vote in the Senate today. As noted in the above link, “The Reproductive Health Act (RHA), as it is currently being identified, would be the greatest expansion of abortion rights since Roe v. Wade. The bill has many flaws, including violation of religious freedoms and removing what few restrictions exist on abortion, ultimately endangering women.”

New Yorkers, please take the following actions:

  1. Call your state representatives today and express your position. If you have already done so, it helps to do it again. Click on the following link for information on your representative’s contact information along with talking points: http://capwiz.com/nycf/callalert/index.tt?alertid=15198041
  2. Forward your circle of influence the above link asking them to contact their representatives too.
  3. Pray that God would enlighten the New York Senate

Stop the Fall

To be clear you are not being asked to defend your rights but the rights of the mute and unfortunate, the rights of the unborn and their mothers. True justice is leveraging the power and influence we have on behalf of those who have none. “The king gives stability to the land by justice, but a man who takes bribes overthrows it” (Proverbs 29.12). New York has an Assembly and now perhaps a Senate full of men and women willing to take a bribe, power in exchange for absolute abortion deregulation. Furthermore, with the legislative session coming to a close in the next day or two without a budget and a $9 Billion deficit their tactic is disgraceful, manipulative, wicked. The only thing that adds value to any economy is people. To pass the most sweeping abortion expansion bill in the history of State legislation in the midst of the largest fiscal crisis the State has ever faced is short sighted at best.

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