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Historic pro-life bill passes the House, Did Your Representative Vote to End Taxpayer Funding for Abortion?

May 5, 2011

Did Your Representative Vote to End Taxpayer Funding for Abortion? Check here:

http://www.capwiz.com/sbalist/issues/alert/?alertid=44964506&type=CO

SBA List - Advancing, Mobilizing and Representing Pro-Life Women
The House just passed the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act (H.R. 3).

It passed by an incredible margin – 251 to 175!

This historic pro-life legislation establishes a permanent, government-wide ban on                               taxpayer funding for abortion, bans federal subsidies for health plans that include                          abortion, and strengthens conscience protections for health care workers.

your legislator to thank them or express disappointment in their vote.

As you know, of course, this fight is not over. I look forward to keeping you updated in our efforts to continue advancing this commonsense bill.

On behalf of the entire SBA List staff, I echo Congressman Chris Smith in thanking you for your incredible dedication to this fight for Life!

For Life,

Emily Buchanan
Executive Director, Susan B. Anthony List
http://www.sba-list.org

P.S. Just moments ago, the House of Representatives passed the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act by a vote of 251 to 175. Please take a moment to watch a short video recorded by one of the chief sponsors of the bill, Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ).

After watching the video, please take a moment to express thanks or disappointment to your Representative based on how they voted.

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