Support legislation in Alaska that would recognize the right to life from conception!

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Support legislation in Alaska that would recognize the right to life from conception!

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Support legislation in Alaska that would recognize the right to life from conception!

A new bill has just been introduced in the Alaska legislature that would grant unborn babies a right to life from the point of conception. State Representative David Eastman has just introduced the Life At Conception Act, House Bill 250, which would recognize that all people have a natural right to life and are entitled to equal protection under the law. 

This bill would simply grant “personhood status” to unborn children from the time of conception. It would mean that in Alaska, unborn babies would be considered persons – as they clearly are!

Please sign this petition now to the Committee on Health and Social Services urging them to approve this bill so that it can be considered by the entire legislative body! All people in our state deserve protection, but we should be especially concerned with protecting the most vulnerable.

“Human life begins at conception, and that child waiting to be born in Alaska is an Alaska resident if the mother of that child is an Alaska resident,” says sponsor Representative David Eastman. 

It is shameful that we are even arguing over whether or not an unborn baby is a person. But we must fight this battle and proclaim life and dignity for all people.

Pro-life advocates have long argued that language matters. That’s why it is important for us to call unborn babies what they are – people made in the image of God with inherent dignity and worth. It’s important to verbally say that we are the “pro-life generation” and call abortion advocates what they are: pro-abortion, not pro-choice.

(As we have reported before, most abortion advocates are not “pro-choice” because the only choice they will accept is unfettered access to “terminate pregnancies.”)

Our words have power. The state must recognize the personhood and dignity of all people, born and unborn. All unborn babies have human DNA distinct from their mother, and are scientifically separate, living organisms. What else is a living member of the human species than a human person?! To deny this obvious truth is the most anti-science position widely accepted in our nation.

Your words have power, as well. Please help protect the dignity of unborn babies in Alaska by signing this petition and joining us in fighting against the pro-abortion culture of death.

Further Resources:

http://www.lifenews.com/2017/05/19/alaska-legislator-introduces-bill-to-define-unborn-baby-as-a-person-and-ban-abortions/?utm_content=buffer5f9c8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

http://www.akleg.gov/basis/Bill/Detail/30?Root=HB%20250

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Please support House Bill 250

Dear Committee on Health and Social Services,

State Representative David Eastman has just introduced the Life At Conception Act, House Bill 250, which would recognize that all people have a natural right to life and are entitled to equal protection under the law.

This bill would simply grant “personhood status” to unborn children from the time of conception. It would mean that in Alaska, unborn babies would be considered persons – as they obviously are!

This bill has just been referred to your committee. Please approve this bill so that it can be considered by the entire legislative body! All people in our state deserve protection, but we should be especially concerned with protecting the most vulnerable.

Thank you in advance for your support of life.

[Your Name]

Support legislation in Alaska that would recognize the right to life from conception!

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