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Pro-Abortion Members in Virginia Senate Reverse Women’s Right to Know and Other Protective Laws

RICHMOND--Today, in a split vote of 20-20, with the lieutenant governor breaking the tie, the Virginia Senate passed SB 733. This legislation will overturn reasonable protective legislation that Virginia first passed in 2001 to protect women and their unborn babies from abortion. The U.S Supreme Court has found that such laws are constitutional. “Pro-abortion Democrats in the General Assembly have stripped the law books of legislation that was designed to protect ...

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Pro-Abortion Members in Virginia General Assembly Toss Out Protective Women’s Right to Know Law

Today, the House of Delegates voted along party lines to overturn the "Women's Right to Know" Informed Consent law regarding abortion.  Tomorrow, the Senate is expected to follow suit and pass SB 733. HB 980 (Del. Price, D-95th) removed all the hard won rational and much-needed provisions of the law first passed in 2001. The law required that the Virginia Department of Health provide written materials that would inform a woman considering ...

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Pro-abortion ERA passes the General Assembly amid legal controversy

Today, the Virginia State Senate and House of Delegates took up the ERA and passed it on mostly party lines, Democrats voting for it and Republicans against. The ERA was deliberately fast tracked in the opening days of this 2020 session.  Pro-life advocates anticipated this outcome when a new pro-abortion majority won in the November elections.  "This is a sad day not only for Virginia, but also for the entire country. The pro-abortion 1972 Equal Rights Amendment, ...

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Please oppose the Equal Rights Amendment because it could be used by the courts to mandate abortion-on-demand, paid for with tax dollars for all nine months of pregnancy in all 50 States.

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The Federalist: Democrats Seek to Fulfill Promise of Until-Birth Abortion in Virginia

From The Federalist: As the next General Assembly is set to open January 8, pro-abortion leaders in the Senate and House are making good on their promise to push a radical pro-abortion agenda in the legislature. Bills already introduced for a vote in the upcoming session include multiple versions of the Equal Rights Amendment (which legally mandates abortion access), removing parental consent for minors’ abortions from law, two bills eliminating the ...

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