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Ask Your State Senator to Oppose Campus Abortions

By January 18, 2018California
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Hello Prayer Warriors!

We last asked you to pray and act before the Senate Education Committee hearing on SB 320. This terrible bill passed out of committee on a party-line vote and could be voted on by the full California Senate as early as Monday, January 22 at 2:00 p.m.! It’s time to pray and act again!

Each California senator will make a decision to support or oppose the dispensing of the RU-486 abortion pill at our University of California and California State University campus clinics in just days. The bill ONLY provides for abortion counseling and dispensing of the drug. There is no requirement for counseling young women with alternatives to aborting their children.

The two-stage process of these early abortions (under 10 weeks) first kills the baby and then creates what is essentially a self-induced miscarriage. Young women will go back to their dorms or apartments and experience the physical and emotional trauma of the death of their tiny babies and the sometimes very dangerous aftermath. The psychological effects can last a lifetime.

This does not need to happen.

Please pray for the hearts and minds of those currently supporting this bill to be changed. Then …

Please take action by calling your state senator today and politely ask him or her to oppose SB 320 when it is presented on the Senate floor. Find your senator hereJust say “Please oppose SB 320 when you are given the opportunity to vote on the Senate floor. This is outside the mission of our universities.”

It is that simple – and be sure to let them know that you are a member of Concerned Women for America of California!

For more information on this destructive bill, click here to read the letter I sent to the Senate Education Committee prior to the last hearing.

Thank you for making a difference with your prayers and action.

With you for women and the unborn,

Marlo Tucker
State Director
CWA of California