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Stop Abortion in Missouri

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Action petitioned for: We, the undersigned citizens of Missouri, oppose the killing of our unborn children.

This petition is sponsored by Representative Mike Moon of the 157th District in an effort to raise awareness in the Missouri General Assembly as to the grievances against the innocent, unborn in Missouri. Here is a note from Representative Moon:

Since the US Supreme Court offered their opinion in Roe vs. Wade in 1973 to 2013, the number of abortions performed in the United States numbered 56,662,169. Annually, more than one million unborn children are killed as a result of abortion.

In addition, women also suffer as a result of the procedure. Some are left unable to carry a baby to full-term. A myriad of additional complications may follow abortion, such as, chronic abdominal pain, infection, and even sterility.

Missouri law (RsMO 1.205) states that the general assembly recognizes that life begins at conception and that both the unborn child and the natural parents have a protectable interest in the life and health of the unborn child through every stage of development… unless an entity, such as the federal government, says otherwise.

The recent undercover videos exposing the alleged involvement of Planned Parenthood in the harvesting and sale of body parts of unborn children has raised the ire in some calling for the defunding of the organization. If we take a moment to ponder the bigger picture, we realize that this discussion would not be taking place if we did not allow the murder of our unborn children in the first place.

During the 2015 legislative session HB 1033 was filed. The bill’s intent was to stop abortion in Missouri. The bill was allowed no committee hearing.

Since the Planned Parenthood fiasco, interest in reviving the bill for filing in the 2016 session has been expressed. In order for the bill to be referred and heard in committee, the House leadership must have a reason to make that happen.

Presenting a petition signed by 1 million Missouri citizens is likely to get the attention of the general assembly. We have until the end of 2015 to get this done.

Please sign the petition and forward it to as many others as you are able. With your help we can do this!



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