Senator Berger, Pass S.B. 425 - The Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act

Petition to: Senator Phil Berger

 

Senator Berger, Pass S.B. 425 - The Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act

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Senator Berger, Pass S.B. 425 - The Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act

SB425 was introduced in the Senate March 28, 2017, and moved to the Committee on Rules and Operations March 29, 2017, where it still sits today. A call to Senator Bill Rabon's office, the Committee Chair, says all bills have the same priority and the only way this one will move to the top of the pile is for our senators to hear from us. Abortion is a horrible crime against humanity, and especially against God; and until it’s completely banished we must do all that we can to minimize its cruelty to the unborn.

An abortive procedure called dismemberment abortion (a.k.a. dilation and evacuation abortion or D&E) is a brutal abortion method, used in the second trimester to kill nearly fully-formed, living unborn babies (the babies are between 13 and 24 weeks gestation). The abortionist first dilates the woman’s cervix and then uses steel instruments (clamps, grasping forceps, tongs, scissors or similar instruments) and then the unborn baby is ripped apart in the womb and pulled out in pieces (one limb at a time) while his or her heart is still beating.

In North Carolina in 2016, the dismemberment abortion procedure or D&E abortion was the third most common abortion procedure performed. Source: North Carolina Right to Life statistical document, Abortion in North Carolina: 2016.

The number of dismemberment procedures (D&E) totaled 3,746 procedures. That’s 3,746 North Carolina babies who suffered this barbaric procedure. 2017 numbers have yet to be released. As citizens of this state, we need to get SB425 moving and made into law! We need to send a unified voice (letters, phone calls, emails) to our State’s legislators and those who can move this bill. That includes Senators Phil Berger, Bill Rabon, and your own senator.

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Petition to: Senator Phil Berger

Dear Senator Berger,

I am a citizen of North Carolina, and as such, I expect the highest moral standard of protections to be instituted by our legislators for all persons (born and unborn) in our State.

Please support immediately Senate Bill 425 -The Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act, which is currently sitting in the Committee on Rules and Operations of the Senate (since 3/29/17). This important bill needs to be forwarded and made into law as soon as possible.

Cruelty to any living creature is an abomination – how is it that we’ve been allowing dismemberment abortions to be done on our unborn children in our State for so long? The tearing apart of little babies – alive in the womb (ages 13 to 24 weeks gestation) - and many who can feel pain already – is unthinkable!

In our State in 2016, 3,746 North Carolina babies suffered this barbaric procedure (dismemberment abortion procedure or D&E). Source: http://ncrtl.org/wp-content/uploads/2016-Abortion-in-North-Carolina-Nov2...

I look forward to your immediate action on this importation legislation. Being complicit in the cruel dismemberment of babies in the womb is not acceptable in our State or anywhere else!

[Your Name]

Senator Berger, Pass S.B. 425 - The Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act

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