Now is the time for other states to take a stand for the preborn.

On Friday, Louisiana became the first state to
outlaw partial-birth abortion since a federal ban on the procedure was
upheld this year by the U.S. Supreme Court.

“The Louisiana Family Forum and the Louisiana Legislature wanted to
be first on record to state we’re opposed to this procedure and
to have it on the books,” Gene Mills, executive director of the
Louisiana Family Forum, told Family News in Focus. “Basically
(the law) mimics or models the national ban, which says that this
particular procedure shall be outlawed within the borders or the
jurisdiction of the State of Louisiana.”

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, said his home state is setting a bold precedent.

Read More — CitizenLink: Louisiana Leads the Way in Partial-Birth Abortion Fight

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