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SCOTUS UPHOLDS TEXAS'S HEARTBEAT BILL! -- Contact your State Legislators & ask them to take action today!

As you may have already heard, the Supreme Court of the United States has UPHELD Texas' new Heartbeat Law, which bans all abortions in the state after a heartbeat is detected!

While, of course, this will not rid the Lone Star State of all abortion(s), this is still a strong incremental step in the right direction, and with the Supreme Court refusing to block Texas' new law from going into effect (and a subsequent effort to block it having failed), there's never been a better time for other states to take a strong stand for life by introducing their own Heartbeat Bill!

But we need your help to deliver this important message...

Can we count on you to contact your State Legislators, and urge them to either bring forward or support a Heartbeat Bill -- which would ban all abortions after a fetal heartbeat has been detected -- in your state?

You can reach your State Legislators in one easy step using this simple contact form (see right) that we're making available here on LifeSite's Action Center.

With one click, your message is sent directly to their offices without having to look up any contact details.

Then, please SHARE this important information with your friends and family members to spread the word in your state and across the country!

Since 2013, Heartbeat Bills have been introduced in 21 different states, with 17 winning the approval of their state's respective Legislatures.

However, as of this moment, Texas holds the distinction of being the only state in America with a Heartbeat Law that's actually on the books.

This is largely due to both gubernatorial vetoes and, more so, legal challenges that have resulted in court rulings that saw the prospective laws either temporarily blocked or struck down altogether.

But, with that in mind, the Supreme Court's recent decision to allow Texas' new law to stand, and to go into effect as intended, has opened an unprecedented window for renewed efforts to protect the unborn in the United States.

This development may even prove a sign of better things to come with respect to the status of Roe v. Wade, because, for the first time in 50 years, Roe just may be on the brink of being overturned!

While there's still a long road ahead, what we can say for certain is that we know that the current membership of the Supreme Court is, at very least, open to upholding laws that protect life rather than destroy it.

Therefore, we can still take incremental steps forward in this generational battle to end abortion in the United States.

While a law like Texas' may not stop every abortion, estimates show that it could save up to 85% of children who would otherwise be deprived of life thanks to Roe, and, of course, even one life is worth saving so long as we never lose sight of the ultimate goal: eradicating abortion in our country, once and for all.

That's why we need you to join this effort to encourage states across our country to follow Texas' lead by introducing and passing a Heartbeat Bill -- so that we can begin saving lives now, while, at the same time, we continue to encourage the Supreme Court to overturn Roe altogether.

Please, take a few minutes today to contact your State Legislators, and urge them to be a defender of life by acting in their capacity to bring a Heartbeat Bill, which could stop up to 85% of abortions in your state, to the floor of their chamber in the remainder of this year's legislative session, or in next year's session if they've already adjourned.

Millions of lives hang in the balance, and pro-life Americans should take a proactive approach to protecting the unborn by advocating for Heartbeat Bills across our country in the time before Roe v. Wade is finally overturned.

Thank you!


'Texas Becomes First State to Ban Abortion Once Heartbeat Detected':  //www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/09/01/texas-becomes-first-state-to-ban-abortion-once-heartbeat-detected/

'Texas Heartbeat law survives first challenge at SCOTUS by 5-4 vote':  https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/texas-heartbeat-law-survives-first-challenge-at-scotus-by-5-4-vote/

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