Tennessee Right to Life Fall Tour Begins November 13
TN Right to Life will travel this November holding informational pro-life meetings in cities and towns across the state. These meetings will inform pro-life citizens about current trends and issues, upcoming legislation, updates on Pro-life Amendment 1, Tennessee's Choose Life specialty license plate and more. They will also equip citizens to make a difference in their own communities.
All Fall Tour gatherings are free and open to the public. At each meeting, Will Brewer, Tennessee Right to Life's Legislative Liaison, will give a presentation to help pro-lifers stay informed, engaged, and energized to save lives.
U.S. HOUSE PASSES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT PAIN CAPABLE UNBORN CHILDREN
Demonstrating pro-life dedication the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, October 3, passed landmark legislation, 237-189, to extend federal protections to unborn children who have reached 20 weeks fetal age, and those who are born alive during late abortions.
Please thank the following Congressmen who both co-sponsored and voted in support of H.R. 36: Diane Black, Marsha Blackburn, Scott DesJarlais, Jimmy Duncan, Chuck Fleischmann, David Kustoff and Phil Roe, MD.
“This bill would save thousands of unborn babies annually from terribly painful deaths,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life.
Jennifer Popik, J.D., legislative director for National Right to Life, added, “These are very developed babies – these babies are capable of feeling pain and are considered by the medical profession to be a second patient. This legislation has saved lives, driving out abortionists from states performing abortions on these babies. And this legislation has the power to speak to the people of this country, highlighting, that where this bill is not law, it is legal to kill these very developed unborn children. “
The pro-life bill now heads to the U.S. Senate. Please contact Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker and ask them to add their name as co-sponsors to Senator Graham's bill to be introduced later this week.