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Sanctity of Life



This week the nation's most radical anti-life bills have been introduced in the New Mexico 2021 Legislature: SB 10, an abortion up-to-birth bill (identical to HB 51 from 2019).


SB 10 will be heard in the Senate Health & Public Affairs Committee on Monday, January 25th beginning anytime after 1 PM. When exactly the bill is heard is up to the Chairman.


Public Testimony: EMAIL & CALL COMMITTEE MEMBERS TODAY, LEAVE A VOICEMAIL WITH YOUR NAME, ADDRESS AND VOTE NO ON SB 10.


Chairman Ortiz y Pino Email: gerald.ortizypino@nmlegis.gov(505) 397-8839 Senator Bill Tallman Email: bill.tallman@nmlegis.gov (505) 397-8854 Senator Brenda McKenna Email: brenda.mckenna@nmlegis.gov (505) 397-8834 Senator Antoinette Lopez Email: a.sedillolopez@nmlegis.gov (505) 397-8847 Senator Liz Stefanics Email: lstefanics@msn.com (505) 397-8851 Senator Gregory Baca Email: greg.baca@nmlegis.gov (505) 397-8815 Sen Dr. Gregg Schmedes Email: gregg.schmedes@nmlegis.gov (505) 397-8846 Sen Stuart Ingle Email: stuart.ingle@nmlegis.gov,(505) 397-8829 Sen David Gallegos Email: david.rsi@otmail.com(505) 397-8824


The radical abortion lobby behind SB 10 seeks to strip New Mexico's 1969 criminal abortion statute and not replace it with ANY protections for women, babies and health care professionals. SB 10 will force the following:


1) Codify abortion up-to-birth in state law. 2) Remove the state’s only conscience protection, forcing medical professionals to perform/assist in abortions since there are no other explicit state or federal conscience protections preventing this. 3) Does not add any protections for women, but further empowers abortion businesses with less accountability. 5) Forces NM taxpayers to continue to fund healthy moms to abort a healthy baby up to 9 months of pregnancy through state Medicaid. 6) The majority of Americans and the majority of New Mexicans support a limit on abortion after 5 months.


Tune in at 1:00 pm on Monday January 25th.

https://www.nmlegis.gov

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Select "Senate Health and Public Affairs"

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