Featured Post


The July 12, 2019 issue of The Flinn Report revealed that The Department of Healthcare and Family Services has proposed an amendment (“propo...

November 8, 2019

Senators from Oklahoma Introduce Federal Bill to Ban Down Syndrome Discriminatory Abortions

Credit: Phil Roeder / Flickr
U.S. Senators James Lankford and Jim Inhofe from Oklahoma introduced the Down Syndrome Discrimination by Abortion Prohibition Act, which would make it illegal to abort a child because they are diagnosed with Down syndrome.

In a press release, Inhofe wrote, “Every life has value and that extends to the unborn. To take away the precious life of an unborn baby is murder, but to deny a child the chance at life because of his or her chromosome count is a heinous effort to eliminate a vibrant community through abortion.”

In a separate statement, Lankford said, “If you’ve ever met someone or have a family member with Down syndrome, you know they are joyous, wonderful people who deserve as much out of life as any other person. God has a plan for every life, and we should honor that plan by working together as a nation to ensure each child and his or her family have access to the resources they need to succeed regardless of whether or not a child has an extra chromosome.”

Click here to read more.