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Stop the Roe Act

Following in the footsteps of New York and Virginia, Massachusetts is faced with a pending bill in the House and Senate (H.3320/S.1209) that would expand access to abortion and legalize infanticide. They call it the ROE Act, with an intentional but inaccurate reference to Roe vs. Wade. The Roe Act is far worse than Roe vs. Wade. It would increase late-term abortions, expose vulnerable mothers to dangerous abortion procedures, and kill babies up to birth for essentially any reason at all with no safety measures for babies who survive an abortion attempt.

If passed, the deadly Roe Infanticide Act would:

  • Wipe out all parental involvement in underage girls getting abortions – parents would not need to be notified, and underage girls would no longer be required to go to court to get an abortion without the permission of their parents
  • Gives a doctor complete discretion on performance of abortions – Medical judgment “may be exercised in the light of all factors-physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the person’s age-relevant to the well-being of the patient.” This strips away any final hurdle to abortion at any stage of the baby’s development, for any reason.
  • Removes any requirement to save the life of the child during or after the abortion. So if a baby is accidentally born during a late term procedure, it can still be killed.
  • Allows late-term abortions (abortions after 24 weeks of pregnancy) to be performed anywhere-removing any kind of requirement that they be performed in a hospital. Back-alley abortions will now be legal and celebrated by the left-regardless of the safety of the mother. Gone are the days when Democrats claimed they wanted abortion to be safe, legal, and rare. Now, it’s anything goes.
  • Allows “Healthy Start” funds to be used to pay for abortions on middle-class women who are ineligible for Medicaid/Masshealth. Healthy Start is a wellness program designed to assist pregnant women and their babies to ensure healthy moms and kids. In a sick twist, funds could be taken from them to fund abortions for women not on public assistance.

Even in “liberal” Massachusetts, the average person does not want to legalize infanticide nor allow young, impressionable, and vulnerable girls to get abortions without any parental involvement.

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Stop the Smear Campaign Against Pregnancy Resource Centers

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Stop the Smear Campaign Against Pregnancy Resource Centers

Dear Senator and Representative,

I\'m writing to ask you to oppose the $1 million smear campaign against Pregnancy Resource Centers (PRCs) found in the Conference Committee report in HB 5374.

Specifically line 1599-6072 in Section 2 of HB 5374 contains this text:

\"provided further, that not less than $1,000,000 shall be expended for a public awareness campaign to educate providers and the public about so called crisis pregnancy centers and pregnancy resource centers and their lack of medical services; provided further, that said campaign shall include information on the availability of providers across the commonwealth that provide legitimate medical and family planning services.\"

Pregnancy Resource Centers are invaluable charitable resources for women in our communities. PRCs vary in the services they offer. Some only provide counseling to women who may be or are pregnant. Others, however, offer medical services ranging from pregnancy testing to ultra-sounds to confirm a pregnancy.

Nearly all have \"baby boutiques\" that are run by volunteers to provide new baby care items such as diapers, baby clothes, car seats, and more. These items are either purchased new or donated by people in the community.

To spend a minimum of $1 million in taxpayer money on a \"public awareness campaign\" against Pregnancy Resource Centers and their alleged \"lack of medical services\" is just simply wrong.

It\'s dishonest to say that all pregnancy resource centers do not offer medical services because some do. Furthermore, all Pregnancy Resource Centers extend a warm hand to help women who are often in difficult situations.

This amounts to a smear campaign against a valuable community resource for women.

HB 5374 is due to come up during an \"informal session\" tomorrow morning, Thursday, November 3rd.

I ask you to please reject HB 5374 and the $1 million smear campaign against Pregnancy Resource Centers as well as to be present at the informal session tomorrow and object to taking this bill up without a roll call vote.


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