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Help Us Protect Babies Born Alive!

Since the passage of New York’s radical late-term abortion law and Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s comments implying infanticide, pro-life leaders in Congress have stepped forward to protect babies born alive from failed abortions. Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebr.) introduced the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act in the U.S. Senate, and Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) introduced a companion version in the U.S. House of Representatives.

In the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats have blocked House Republicans from bringing the Born-Alive bill to the House floor for a vote over 80 times so far.

On April 2nd, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-Lou.) and Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) filed a discharge petition on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. If 218 Members sign the discharge petition, it would force Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats to bring the Born-Alive bill up for a vote.

Only 15 more signatures are needed to force a vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. You may track the signatures on the discharge petition to see when your representative signs.

If your member of Congress has not yet signed the petition, please contact your representative using the link below or by calling 202-224-3121.

Protecting born alive abortion survivors should not be hard to do. Polls show that an overwhelming majority of Americans oppose late-term abortion and infanticide because they are antithetical to everything we stand for as a nation.

Again, please contact your member of Congress via the form below or by calling 202-224-3121, and urge your representative to sign the discharge petition to bring the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act to the House floor for a vote. Ask your congressman to support this bill that will protect babies born alive after failed abortions!

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