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Yesterday was a dark day for the unborn in the state of Illinois, as well as for taxpayers.  Tuesday afternoon, the Illinois House approved the measure providing public funding for abortions. The House voted Tuesday to allow state-employee health insurance or Medicaid to cover abortions. Previously Medicaid covered abortions in limited cases.

The bill was introduced by state Rep. Sara Feigenholtz (D-Chicago) earlier this year and co-sponsored by 24 other House Democrats — passed 62 to 55.  It allows abortions in Illinois even if the Supreme Court overturns the Roe v. Wade/Doe v. Bolton decisions. The bill will also allow state employees to use health insurance for abortions and for the use of Medicaid funds to cover abortion procedures.

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Feigenholtz touted in a news release her eugenics victory, the ability to murder innocent, unborn children under the guise of “choice” –

Today is a victory for every woman in our state because it protects every woman’s right to choose. Today, we stated unequivocally that access to safe, legal abortion will remain protected in Illinois.”

Women from Chicago and all across the state of Illinois marched to protect their right to murder their offspring. Hundreds of women attended the rally, which came as the Illinois House took up HB 40 to prevail upon the good citizens of Illinois to force them to pay for the wholesale slaughter of innocents whether they choose to support abortion or not, now they will have no choice.  Pro-choice?  It is no longer.  Now it is simply a death sentence all under the guise of a woman’s right to “choose.”  It is funny that a minimum of three people is involved in every pregnancy, yet only one gets a say so in who lives and who dies. And now, in the state of Illinois, to add insult to injury, the people of the state are expected to fund it, perhaps against their will as well.

Author Randy Alcorn made a rather point of the double standard of the Illinois legal system regarding mothers and their unborn children, stating –

In Illinois, a pregnant woman who takes an illegal drug can be prosecuted for ‘delivering a controlled substance to a minor.’ This is an explicit recognition that the unborn is a person with rights of her own.  But that same woman who is prosecuted and jailed for endangering her child is perfectly free to abort her child.  In America today, it is illegal to harm your preborn child, but it is perfectly legal to kill him.”

Women from Chicago and across Illinois marched at the state capitol in Springfield, Ill., Tuesday, urging lawmakers to pass a budget and legislation with claims that this would “help” women and families. While the bill overall had enough votes to pass, it does not have a veto-proof majority. Governor Bruce Rauner, who says he is pro-abortion, said he will veto the bill on the basis that it expands taxpayer funding for purely elective procedures.

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State Rep. Robyn Gabel (D-Evanston), who co-sponsored the bill, she believes all women should have the ability to have an abortion for any reason, regardless of income.

Gabel states –

We need to reduce and eliminate discrimination against low-income women. Women deserve the right to control their own bodies, their own lives (and) their own economic futures.”

The governor of Illinois veto of this horrendous atrocity of a bill is the last hope the people of the state have to prevent the passage of this bill.  Though Rauner has previously signed legislation that expanded access to birth control at taxpayer expense and required physicians who refuse to perform abortions to inform patients of other doctors who will perform the procedure regardless of the ethical and moral beliefs of the medical professionals involved. Rauner and his wife have also been listed as $50,000 sponsors for a Planned Parenthood of Illinois fundraiser later this week. They are no friends to life by any means.

God Bless.

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