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National Sanctity of Human Life Day

Donald Trump has declared January 22 National Sanctity of Human Life Day, and we couldn't be happier! Why is January 22 Special?Today's the anniversary of of the Supreme Court ruling Roe V. Wade. In fact, it's been 47 years since the case, but not everyone agrees with the outcome.
Tiny Unborn Humans are Important"Though the fight to protect life is not yet over, we commit to advocating each day for all who cannot speak for themselves," the proclamation states. It goes on to describe that the advances in our medical technology provide "irrefutable evidence that babies are growing within their mothers’ wombs — precious, unique lives, each deserving a future filled with promise and hope." Pretty amazing, right? 

Think of all the advances in technology over the past 47 years. We know so much more about the unborn today than we did back then, so it's time to rethink a decision that was made when we believed a baby was just a clump of cells. Now, we know tha…

Stop Abortions Up to Birth in Massachusetts

Massachusetts is trying to pass the ROE Act. What's it all about? The abbreviation is short for Remove Obstacles and Expand Abortion Access Act, and it's not all sunshine and unicorns. It's intended to make getting an abortion easier in the bay state. 

A woman in Massachusetts can currently get an abortion up to 24 weeks, but that may all change. The new bill states " the patient is beyond twenty-four weeks from the commencement of pregnancy and the abortion is necessary to protect the patient’s life or physical or mental health, or in cases of lethal fetal anomalies, or where the fetus is incompatible with sustained life outside the uterus. Medical judgment may be exercised in the light of all factors—physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the person’s age—relevant to the well-being of the patient."  Let's break it down...This bill would allow for late term abortions not only if a doctor believed that it was in the best interest of a person's ph…