About the #StopTheBans Day of Action
Day of Action Effort Full of Misinformation
Ohio has extended protections to women at all stages of life
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Today, special interest groups, NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio and Planned Parenthood, are staging media attention events in a number of Ohio communities. Sadly, their message is full of misinformation in relation to the life-affirming work of the Ohio General Assembly in adopting Senate Bill 23, the Human Rights and Heartbeat Protection Act.
The Right to Life Action Coalition believes the Heartbeat law protects women at all stages of life, especially in the pre-born stage. Sadly, these groups believe in the killing of tens of thousands of girls in this state every year, all in the name of "women's healthcare."
The Human Rights and Heartbeat Protection Act, signed by Governor Mike DeWine, would prohibit an abortion procedure from taking place upon detection of a heartbeat in the developing child. It is scheduled to take effect on July 11, pending the outcome of suits filed against it by abortion providers.
The protests suggest that the law is "unconstitutional", but with advances in technology, the law is in keeping with the latest medical advances to preserve life.
"These groups want you to believe that
is 'settled law'" noted Margie Christie, President of Right to Life Action Coalition. "This could not be further from the truth. The Supreme Court just issued a ruling in the
case showing the willingness to reconsider 40+ year old precedents, and in light of medical advancements, it's time for
to be re-considered."
Additionally, unborn children have 2 parents and it's time that men take back their role in fatherhood and its inherent decisions. Roe V Wade had no precedent to disenfranchise the rights of fathers in the decision-making process.
Today, let's remember that abortion is not healthcare and it is certainly not an entitlement worthy of our tax dollars.
Right to Life Action Coalition encourages its member organizations and all Ohioans to stand up for mothers, fathers, the unborn, and
their true constitutional right to life.
"Sweeter even than to have had the joy of children of my own has it been for me to help bring about a better state of things for mothers generally, so that their unborn little ones could not be willed away from them." - Susan B. Anthony