You’ll be furious when you hear what pro-abortion radicals tried to do to stop these lifesaving bills from getting through Congress

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President Joe Biden has put so-called “abortion access” at the top of his list of campaign promises.

Biden and his pals in the Abortion Lobby will stop at nothing to make abortion up until birth the law of the land.

And you’ll be furious when you hear what pro-abortion radicals tried to do to stop these lifesaving bills from getting through Congress.

In a groundbreaking move that challenges the status quo and the overwhelming pro-choice culture in politics, the House of Representatives has passed two transformative bills.

This legislature is surprisingly (and wonderfully!) aimed at supporting women and families facing unplanned pregnancies. 

The Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Women and Families Act and The Pregnant Students’ Rights Act represent a pivotal step towards safeguarding the rights of both mothers and their preborn children.

Led by Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach, the Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Women and Families Act seeks to ensure that pregnancy centers receive the vital funding they need to assist underprivileged families. 

Under the proposed legislation, pregnancy centers would be eligible to receive funding from Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), a crucial resource aimed at supporting families in need.

Fischbach passionately advocates for the bill, emphasizing the critical role pregnancy centers play in providing comprehensive support to mothers, fathers, and families. 

She asserted in a press release, “Pregnancy centers do not just serve pregnant women; they offer a wide array of services and support for mothers, fathers, and families.” 

Highlighting the urgency of the issue, Fischbach condemns the attempts to restrict TANF funding for pregnancy centers as a blatant political maneuver. 

She said, “To blatantly block funding for centers that provide support for women and children illustrates Democrats’ anti-women, pro-abortion agenda.”

Complementing the efforts to protect the unborn, the Pregnant Students’ Rights Act, championed by Rep. Ashley Hinson, aims to empower pregnant students on college campuses. 

The bill mandates that institutions of higher education participating in federal student aid programs provide comprehensive information to pregnant students regarding their rights and available resources.

Hinson emphasizes the importance of supporting pregnant students and ensuring they are not coerced into abortion. 

She said, “Pregnant women on college campuses should never be pressured into having an abortion. They should be surrounded with support and empowered to continue their education and their pregnancy.”

The passage of these historic bills reflects a bipartisan commitment to protecting the sanctity of life and providing tangible support to pregnant women and families. 

Amidst a landscape fraught with political divisiveness, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have come together to champion the rights of the most vulnerable members of society.

As Senator Marco Rubio introduces similar legislation in the Senate, the momentum for change continues to grow. 

These bills represent a beacon of hope for pregnant women and families across the nation, signaling a new era of empowerment and compassion.

In the face of adversity, these bills stand as a testament to the enduring values of life, compassion, and empowerment. 

By prioritizing the needs of pregnant women and families, lawmakers have taken a monumental step towards building a society where every life is cherished and protected.

As these bills move forward, let us stand united in defense of life and liberty. 

Together, we can create a future where every woman feels supported in her pregnancy journey and every child is given the opportunity to thrive. 

This is not just a victory for the pro-life movement; it is a triumph for humanity as a whole.

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