Joe Biden lost his mind when he saw what this Governor just signed into law

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The Biden administration is seemingly doing everything in their power to increase the number of abortions nationwide.

And the battles being fought every day are at the state level as states fight back.

That’s why Joe Biden lost his mind when he saw what this Governor just signed into law.

It’s a shocking statistic.

Roughly half of all abortions in the United States are now carried out through dangerous chemical abortion drugs, usually done at home.

Students for Life Action a key player in Wyoming

Students for Life Action’s (SFLAction) Wyoming bill to end the distribution of Chemical Abortion Pills was just signed into law making it one of the first major pro-life laws of 2023 and the first of its kind to prevent chemical abortions in a state. 

After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last year the battle over life moved to the state level.

And there have been quite a few successes that will save hundreds of thousands of children from abortion mills.

But in far too many states, supposed pro-life Republicans are working hard to stop any new pro-life legislation.

In Virginia, the self-described GOP Governor Glenn Youngkin made sure pro-life bills weren’t even introduced, or moved through the legislature. 

And in South Carolina, Indiana, and other so-called “red” states, legislators who have claimed to be pro-life are working feverishly behind the scenes to kill any good legislation.

But Students for Life is leading the charge to hold these politicians accountable and make them take action and save babies.

That’s what just happened in Wyoming.

The Wyoming law recently signed by the Governor prohibits chemical forms of abortion being used from the point pregnancy can be confirmed through conventional medical testing.

“I have acted without bias and after extensive prayer, to allow these bills to become law,” Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon (R) wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Chuck Gray.

First in the nation

The new law makes Wyoming the first state in the nation to ban the dangerous chemical abortion drugs.

Governor Gordon, who promotes a strong pro-life policy agenda, said he signed the chemical abortion ban because it “strengthens the protections for the unborn.” 

The law, which becomes effective July 1, does have some exceptions.

It excludes contraceptives used prior to conception, treatment of natural miscarriages, and treatment to protect a woman’s physical health from “imminent peril.” 

Pregnancies resulting from incest or sexual assault are also excluded from the new law.

Of note in this new law is that the exceptions to the law regarding the preservation of a woman’s health refer solely to her physical condition. 

Neither emotional nor psychological conditions qualify for the exception. 

That makes the law one of the better ones in the nation as doctors have used any number of “psychological” conditions to sign off on abortions, even late term ones that would otherwise be illegal.

Students for Life worked to make this happen

State Senator Tim Salazar’s SF 109, “Prohibiting Chemical Abortions,” legislation will now take effect in Wyoming. 

Students for Life Action President Kristin Hawkins issued a statement, “We’re thrilled to see the Governor sign into law our legislation that has been a two-year long effort in Wyoming.”

“Combatting Chemical Abortion Pills also means combatting injury, abuse, death, and despair for women and the preborn. We could not be happier to see our legislation become the law in Wyoming and set an example for the rest of the nation. Our team engaged in more than 1,400 points of voter outreach and worked directly with Wyoming legislators to see this bill through. We’re grateful for the efforts of our pro-life champions in Wyoming and look to pass similar bills in more states,” said Hawkins. 

This law is the first in the nation that explicitly and fully protects preborn babies and their mothers from the disastrous effects of Chemical Abortion Pills. 

“Through canvassing, educational outreach, phone calls, testimonials, and lobbying, SFLAction has left its mark in Wyoming,” added Hawkins. “Our work stems back to 2022 where we engaged in more than 20 state races to ensure pro-life champions held positions of leadership and laws like these could be passed.” 

Students for Life isn’t done either.

They are currently working on programs in Florida, South Carolina, and other states to try and stop the slaughter of America’s children.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.