Where do the the US House District 9 Candidates Stand
Morgan Griffith (Unopposed)
Abortion on Demand
There have been 61 million abortions since the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion on demand.
Morgan Griffith is pro-life. He opposes abortion on demand, and he supports protection for unborn children. He has a 100% pro-life voting record in Congress, as rated by the National Right to Life Committee.
Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act would protect unborn children by prohibiting abortion after the point in pregnancy at which the unborn child is capable of experiencing great pain when being killed by dismemberment or other late abortion methods.
Morgan Griffith voted for the bill that would prohibit abortions after when the unborn child can feel pain.
Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act
The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act would require that a baby born alive during an abortion be afforded the same degree of care that would apply to any other baby delivered at the same gestational age.
Morgan Griffith voted for the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
Taxpayer Funding of Abortion
Prohibiting taxpayer funding of abortion saves lives.
Morgan Griffith opposes the use of our tax dollars for abortion. He also opposes taxpayer funding of abortion providers.
It is essential to each health care provider’s Constitutional, civil and human rights that individuals are neither forced to perform, nor retaliated upon or otherwise discriminated against for refusing to participate in, procedures that violate their consciences, including abortion or assisted suicide.
Morgan Griffith supports health care workers’ freedom to refuse to participate in abortions and other procedures that violate their consciences.
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Candidate Comparisons for other 2020 Virginia Races
US Senate: Gade vs. Warner
House of Representatives District One: Whitman vs. Rashid
House of Representatives District Two: Luria vs. Taylor
House of Representatives District Three: Scott vs. Collick
House of Representatives District Four: McEachin vs. Benjamin
House of Representatives District Five: Good vs. Webb
House of Representatives District Six: Cline vs. Betts
House of Representatives District Seven: Spanberger vs. Freitas
House of Representatives District Eight: Beyer vs. Jordan
House of Representatives District Nine: Griffith (unopposed)
House of Representatives District Ten: Wexton vs. Andrews
House of Representatives District Eleven: Connolly vs. Anantatmula