Ladies for Life

USA action item: Congressional letter

Posted on: February 12, 2009

From AUL Action:

Pro-abortion groups have made it a top priority to eliminate the current bans on federal funding of abortion as their first step to passing FOCA.  A bi-partisan group of Members of Congress led by Republican Jim Jordan of Ohio and Democrat Heath Shulerof North Carolina have written a letter to Nancy Pelosi asking her to keep the current pro-life laws in place or allow for amendments to restore them when a bill is debated. Call or send a message to your Member of Congress and ask them to sign onto the Jordan/Schuler letter today.  Deadline is Friday, February 13!

A head’s up: I could not just sign the form provided and let the automated system at AUL send a form letter, because my congressman does not accept emails not done through a form on his website. I was notified of this in the middle of a ‘thank you for taking action’ confirmation I got back from AUL after I submitted the form letter. Please, when you get your confirmation, read through it to see if your submission was rejected.

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1 Response to "USA action item: Congressional letter"

Thanks for the heads up and the info.

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