“…we were unable to prevent the Republican majority in the House from passing on second reading the First Degree Homicide of the Unborn Child bill. Under some circumstances, it makes both termination of pregnancy and the use of the morning after pill a homicide. It also confers personhood on a newly fertilized egg.” — State Representative Daniel Kagan (D)
Having passed the House, the bill is now on the floor of the Colorado State Senate.
There will be protest marches on all fifty capitol buildings in the U.S. (plus the Capitol building in D.C.) on April 28th. If your state’s government seems to have the hang of this 21st-century thing, maybe consider a nice trip to Denver (or any state near you that’s gone back in time).
Find out about joining (or helping to organize!) the March Against the War on Women in your state: Unite Against the War On Women Official website || Unite Against the War On Women Facebook event page
Enough. Just… enough. Go read some Emerson. Here, let me get you started:
“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.”
this so much, the existence of other beliefs does not mean christians are being oppressed