Kamala Harris was spitting nails after this state passed a bill requiring public schools to take this one pro-life step

The pro-abortion lobby can’t stand it when the truth comes out.

Especially when that truth is shown to their target audience.

That’s why Kamala Harris was spitting nails after this state passed a bill requiring public schools to take one pro-life step.

In 2023, North Dakota passed legislation that requires public schools to show “a high-definition video, at least three minutes in duration, showing the development of the brain, heart, sex organs, and other vital organs in early fetal development.” 

Meet baby Olivia

The North Dakota law has faced massive opposition from the radical pro-abortion lobby for daring to show actual science.

Iowa State Representative Jennifer Konfrst (D) even claimed a video showing fetal development “is just politics” and “not scientifically correct.”

The video used as an example in the law was produced by the pro-life organization Live Action and is titled, “Meet Baby Olivia.” 

In just three minutes, it follows the development of a baby from conception to birth.

North Dakota State Senator Janne Myrdal (R) said, “For me, it wasn’t a life issue. It was education.” 

She also said that part of what caused her to support this legislation was that she found it “odd” human development wasn’t already part of some school curriculums. 

Now, roughly a year later, the state of Tennessee has come to the same conclusion as North Dakota.

On April 23, Tennessee’s Republican Governor Bill Lee signed House Bill 2435 into law.

The Tennessee law also requires teaching this science to public school students. 

As The Christian Post reported, “The votes in both chambers came down along party lines, with all Republicans supporting the legislation and all Democrats opposing it.”

Lila Rose, founder and President of Live Action, celebrated the bill’s passage in a press release saying, “Tennessee is setting a precedent for other states to follow in prioritizing comprehensive education on human development by mandating state-of-the-art life-like animation explaining human development, like Live Action’s Baby Olivia video, in state education standards.”

Rose continued, “Tennessee has joined North Dakota in setting the standard for world-class education that ensures students are equipped with the knowledge they need. Tennessee has over 1 million public school students who will now be equipped with cutting-edge educational material on human development in the womb. Women are indeed less likely to choose abortion if they are shown the humanity of their children.”

A lopsided victory for life

The Tennessee House passed the bill by a lopsided 67-23 vote and the Senate passed overwhelmingly, 21-6. 

Representative Gino Bulso (R-TN), lead sponsor of the bill, stated, “The fruits of including Meet Baby Olivia as a part of every family life curriculum used in Tennessee’s public schools will be long-lasting and widespread across Tennessee.”

Mary Szoch, director of Family Research Council’s Center for Human Dignity, told The Washington Stand, “The passage of TN House Bill 2435, the Baby Olivia Act, is a huge win for all Americans.” 

Szoch said this legislation “will help many to recognize the biological fact that what Planned Parenthood refers to as ‘pregnancy tissue’ is actually an unborn baby and an abortion kills that child.”

She concluded, “The Baby Oliva Act will make certain both men and women know this BEFORE mothers and fathers experience the heartbreak of abortion. I hope more states follow this path!”

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

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