“Yesterday, hundreds of pro-life activists from across Wisconsin joined us in Madison to show their support for four common-sense prolife pieces of legislation,” shared Heather Weininger, Executive Director of Wisconsin Right to Life.
“Not only were hundreds of supporters there, but Melissa Ohden, a survivor of a failed saline infusion abortion, and Claire Culwell, a survivor of an abortion that ended the life of her twin, also joined us to let Governor Evers know babies do survive failed abortion attempts.
“The only signature missing from these bills from being enacted into law is Governor Evers’.
“Governor Evers wants to connect the dots on many issues in Wisconsin, but it remains clear that he doesn’t understand that to have healthy women and healthy babies we must stop discrimination in the womb; we must provide truthful information to women who are making life-and-death decisions; we must provide care to babies born alive after failed abortion attempts.
“Governor Evers, do what is right: sign the bills. Is bowing to Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry more important than what is doing right for women and babies?”
Yesterday’s rally, hosted by Wisconsin Right to Life, was attended by hundreds of pro-life activists. The activists were able to watch as the bills were signed by Speaker Robin Vos and Senate President Roger Roth.
Those who would like to encourage Governor Evers to sign the bills can access our on-line petition at wrtl.org.