Late term abortion banned in Georgia! Encourage the Solicitor General!

THANK YOU TO SOLICITOR GENERAL SARAH WARREN

 

Late term abortion banned in Georgia! Encourage the Solicitor General!

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Late term abortion banned in Georgia! Encourage the Solicitor General!

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court of Georgia upheld a law that bans late-term abortions!  In 2012, the Georgia General Assembly passed a 20-week fetal pain abortion bill, but due to a legal challenge it has not been enforced for the last five years. Vindicated in the highest court in our state, it can now be enforced!

This is a huge victory for the pro-life movement! This is a critically important step towards further protecting the lives of the unborn in Georgia.

Please join with me in thanking the Solicitor General Sarah Warren for fighting for this law! Thankfully, now that the Supreme Court of Georgia has ruled, more babies will be protected during pregnancy.

The scientific community agrees that after 20 weeks (and probably even sooner!), unborn babies can feel pain. As a result of this scientific evidence, 16 other states have passed similar legislation to prevent abortion after a baby can certainly feel excruciating pain if torn limb from limb.

Planned Parenthood and other defenders of late terms abortions like dismemberment abortion describe it as using “surgical instruments…to remove material from the women.” But what is that “material” the doctor is removing? It is a living human baby that the doctor has just killed by tearing her limbs from her body, ripping her torso in half, and crushing her skull. That baby has the same human rights to not have her limbs, organs, skull, and brains torn apart as any other human person does!

The same organization who approves of these practices—Planned Parenthood—just spend almost $750,000 in one district in our state to try to elect Jon Ossoff, a pro-abortion liberal, to Congress. This organization that claims it needs government funding spent crazy amounts of money to try to elect someone who had promised to give them more money and to fight against fetal pain abortion bans like the one upheld in Georgia!

We should be encouraged that Georgia is doing all that it can to resist the evils of abortion!

By the second trimester, babies in the womb are listening to their mother’s voice, doing summersaults, and sucking their thumb. These are precious little babies who can feel incredible pain and deserve our protection.

We must remember that every abortion ends a human life that is made in the image of God. There is sanctity in each and every human life, and we must fight on all fronts to protect unborn children.

Please join me in thanking the Solicitor General for defending this 20-week abortion ban and for her victory at the Supreme Court of Georgia!

Further Resources:

http://www.lifenews.com/2017/06/19/georgia-now-bans-late-term-abortions-after-20-weeks/?utm_content=bufferb9843&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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Solicitor General Sarah Warren, 

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court of Georgia upheld a law that bans late term abortions.  In 2012, Georgia General Assembly passed the 20-week fetal pain abortion bill but due to a legal challenge it has not been enforced for the last five years.

Thank you for excellently arguing this case and fighting to uphold this law—congratulations on your victory!

This is a huge victory for the pro-life movement. It is a critically important step towards further protecting the lives of the unborn in Georgia.

Thank you for your courageous support of life! Through this newly upheld legislation, more babies will be protected during pregnancy. 

Thank you for your diligence in this case. Through your efforts, more babies will be saved.

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