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House set to vote on most extreme pro-abortion appropriations bills ever seen
The House Committee on Appropriations voted to push through four of the most extreme pro-abortion bills EVER. These bills take away the pro-life policies that:

  • protect taxpayers from having to pay for elective abortions, both here and overseas
  • protect health care providers from being forced to perform abortions or refer for abortions against their beliefs
  • protect employers and insurance companies from being forced to pay for abortion.

The full House is expected to begin voting on these bills during the week of July 26.

It’s time to make Congressional office phones ring off the hook!

Without the Hyde Amendment and Hyde-related policies, billions of taxpayer dollars could be used to pay for abortion in the United States and throughout the world. 

Eliminating the Weldon Amendment would force medical professionals, employers, and insurance companies to perform, pay for, or otherwise participate in an abortion against their beliefs. 

Call your representative today! Don’t let our government make you pay for, or participate in, the taking of innocent human life.

Congress needs to hear from you: tell Congress to keep the Hyde Amendment and other Hyde-related policies, and the Weldon Amendment in the appropriations bills, and to oppose any bill that expands taxpayer funding of abortion.

To learn more, click here and here.

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