Sen. Lucio's Efforts Will Save Lives, Even if Biden Rolls Back Abortion Safety Standards

“We thank State Senator Eddie Lucio Jr., the author of the bill, for taking this bold step to save moms and babies from dangerous chemical abortions.”
 
Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – Today the Texas Senate passed SB-394, legislation to enact state-level safeguards against the expansion of dangerous chemical abortion drugs.
 
Susan B. Anthony List State Policy Director Sue Liebel celebrated the legislation, saying:
 
“We applaud the Texas legislature for taking proactive steps to stop the reckless expansion of dangerous chemical abortion drugs. Emboldened by a pro-abortion White House and Congress, the radical abortion lobby is pushing to turn every post office and pharmacy into an abortion center – leaving women to fend for themselves without medical supervision.

"This bill would not only protect unborn children but also would provide vital safeguards for women, making them aware of the serious side effects that can result from chemical abortions which include severe bleeding, infection, incomplete abortions, or even death.

“We thank State Senator Eddie Lucio Jr., the author of the bill, for taking this bold step to save moms and babies from dangerous chemical abortions.”

State Senator Eddie Lucio, author of the bill, added:

“I want to thank the Susan B. Anthony List for the hard work they’ve endeavored in during this legislative session. They have been a force to support the pro-life bills that we are working on in the Texas Senate, and our success has come as a result of their support and backing. I want to personally thank them, and I pray that God will bless SBA List and all of us.”

SBA List is a network of 900,000 pro-life Americans nationwide, dedicated to ending abortion by electing national leaders and advocating for laws that save lives, with a special calling to promote pro-life women leaders.
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