Pro-life Congresswoman Mary Miller just introduced this life-saving legislation that will give mothers a second chance

The battle over abortion is raging in states across the country.

But some pro-life leaders in Congress are continuing the fight over life at the federal level.

And pro-life Congresswoman Mary Miller just introduced new legislation that will give mothers a second chance.

Pro-life Congresswoman Mary Miller (R-IL) recently introduced the Second Chance for Moms Act in the House of Representatives.

A dangerous and deadly drug

The purpose of Miller’s bill is to “amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to require a warning label advising that the effects of mifepristone can be counteracted, to amend the Public Health Service Act to establish a hotline to provide information to women seeking to counteract the effects of mifepristone, and for other purposes.”

In a statement to The Washington Stand, Congresswoman Miller said, “As a mom of seven and grandmother to 20, life is nothing short of a miracle from God. At the very least, women should be fully informed of the miracle God has entrusted to them, and my bill ensures exactly that.”

And Mary Szoch, director of the Center for Human Dignity at Family Research Council, explained to The Washington Stand why this bill is so important.

“The abortion industry is constantly telling women that it is impossible to be a mom and succeed,” she said. “Regardless of a woman’s age, position in society, or career, those who are pro-abortion say that having children and having a good life are incompatible. And instead of challenging the status quo, pro-abortion groups reinforce the barriers pregnant moms face.”

Szoch went on, “With all this pressure, it’s not shocking that some women take the abortion drug mifepristone without fully processing that that drug will kill their unborn child.” 

She concluded, “The Second Chance for Moms Act would give moms desperate to save their baby the chance to do that, and it would save countless women the heartbreak of knowing their child was a victim of the abortion industry.”

Chemical abortion horror stories show the need for this legislation

The chemical abortion drugs being promoted by the pro-abortion lobby and the Biden administration are both deadly – they kill an innocent child – and dangerous to the women taking them.

And many women take them not even knowing what they will actually do.

That’s why Miller has introduced the bill.

For example, Katelynn Perry took the abortion pill when she was pregnant with her fifth child. 

“I found out that I was pregnant with Aubrey on Christmas Day of 2021,” she said. 

Due to severe financial hardship the Perry’s began to have doubts about the pregnancy and sought advice from the abortion mill giant, Planned Parenthood.

Perry assumed Planned Parenthood would walk them through all of their options.

But she soon found out that to Planned Parenthood her only option was abortion.

Perry told The Daily Signal, “When I tried to ask questions, they were kind of shot down. They weren’t really answered in full, they used a lot of medical terms” she said she didn’t understand.

Planned Parenthood staff rushed her to the back, separated Perry from her husband and, “With no support system back there with me, I just made what I thought was the best decision at the time,” she explained. 

“They told me that I was already … eight weeks along, and I wouldn’t be able to do the chemical abortion if I waited too much longer.” 

And so, right there in the abortion mill, she took the first set of pills.

“I was up all night long pondering what I had done,” she said, and she decided not to go forward with taking any more abortion pills. 

The next morning, she looked to find a way to reverse what she started.

Perry found the pro-life organization, Heartbeat International (HI), who gave her ways to stop the procedure. 

Once she got ahold of a nurse through HI’s “Abortion Pill Rescue Network hotline,” she was informed she had 72 hours from taking the abortion drug to reverse its effects. 

The nurse connected Perry to a pregnancy resource center in Lynchburg, Virginia. 

After a series of what Perry described as “miracles,” her pregnancy was saved. 

Today, she has a beautiful, healthy, one-year-old girl named Aubry Lynn.

Miller’s bill would give second chances to more women like Perry.

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

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