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October 4, 2021

Pro-Life Representatives Slam "Women's Health Protection Act"

The Women's Health Protection Act, which passed the House of Representatives on Sept. 24, would remove all state and federal laws protecting the lives of unborn children at any point during pregnancy. While it might seem unlikely that pro-abortion senators would still need to garner the 60 votes required to bypass a pro-life filibuster, pro-life advocates should still watch this bill closely and be ready to make their voices heard. If passed into law, it would go much farther than simply codifying Roe v. Wade.

Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL) is one of many pro-life Representatives who spoke out against the bill. In an address before Congress, she said, “It’s a fact: when it’s legal and ‘free’, it’s an inducement to women who find themselves in a hard spot to have an abortion.”

She continued, arguing that pro-abortion legislators are depriving women of important information by passing a bill that prohibits states from requiring women to have ultrasounds before scheduling abortions. “Women change their mind when they see the baby in the womb.”

Miller concluded, “The American people from all faiths and walks of life have to choose what kind of society they want to live in: one that defends and protects a nine-month baby in the womb or one that is going to sell its body for parts.”