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- Senate Republicans Defend Basic Rights of the Unborn
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From the beginning of my time in public office, I have worked to advance policies to defend innocent human life. Recently I joined with
Senate Republicans Support Basic Life Protections
One of the bills we considered was the Pain Capable Unborn Child Act, which would ban abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy. This bill is based on scientific evidence that unborn babies at this stage can feel pain - meaning abortion is excruciating for them before it ends their life.
The second bill, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, would require doctors to provide care to babies who have survived an abortion attempt. In other words, it would prohibit these babies from being killed outside the womb or left to die. According to the
The need for this bill became clear last year when
I am disappointed these measures were unable to advance. But I remain committed to standing with all Americans and Mississippians who believe we have a duty to protect the most innocent and vulnerable among us.
Despite the partisan divide in
No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion
To make this provision permanent,
The Pro-Life Cause Is Gaining Ground
In spite of the gridlock in
Perhaps there is no greater measure of enthusiasm for the pro-life movement than the thousands of Americans who travel to