This is a miracle! State lawmakers will consider four HUGE Pro-Life bills next week! Will you join us this Wednesday in Austin to defend Life?
When you share your Pro-Life story and beliefs in our Texas Capitol, you’ll help make HISTORY as we attack Roe v. Wade and protect vulnerable patients’ rights.
If you can’t travel to Austin, you can register your support online.
- Visit comments.house.texas.gov and enter your information;
- Select HB 3760 by Oliverson (Public Health April 07, 2021 – 8:00 AM [JHR 140]); and
- Write why you support the bill ending abortion.
I’m counting on every patriot, including YOU, to stand up right now. Together, we can:
- End HORRIFIC late-term abortions;
- Protect preborn babies when their heart starts beating;
- Abolish abortion and overturn Roe v. Wade; and
- Repeal the deadly 10-Day Rule that targets hospital patients.
This is your chance to make Texas the #1 Pro-Life state! (Did you know we’re only the 20th?) Your action now could shape the future of our nation forever.
Let’s secure victories for every Texan this legislative session. Stand for Life on Wednesday, April 7, at the Texas Capitol by registering and testifying for the Pro-Life Priority Bills: the Preborn NonDiscrimination Act, the Texas Heartbeat Act, the Texas Abolition Strategy, and Repealing the Anti-Life 10-Day Rule!
What: Testify in the House and Senate committees for the Pro-Life Priority Bills
When: Wednesday, April 7, 2021
- The House committee hearing starts at 8:00 a.m. and the Senate committee begins at 8:30 a.m. Citizens’ testimonies will occur after noon and could go as late as midnight in each committee.
Where: Austin, Texas
- Both hearings will be held at the Texas State Capitol Complex (1100 Congress Ave., Austin, TX 78701). You may park in the Capitol Visitor Parking Garage (1201 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, TX 78701).
Don’t worry; when you arrive at the Capitol, our team of experts will help you every step of the way.
Masks are strongly recommended by the State Preservation Board around the Texas Capitol Complex. To enter the Texas Senate Chamber requires a mask, social distancing, and a rapid COVID-19 test (available for free in the white tents on the North side of the Capitol).
RSVP now to stand for Life and defend preborn babies and vulnerable hospital patients.