Email your MP today and tell them to vote against Rob Pyne’s abortion bill.
The Queensland Parliament is expected to soon vote on Rob Pyne’s abortion bill which would remove nearly all restrictions on abortion in our state.
If passed, Queensland would have the most liberal, most dangerous abortion laws in Australia.
Independent MP Rob Pyne’s bill would:
Please email your MP today, using the form below, and tell them to vote “no” to Rob Pyne’s bill.
Queenslanders would be looking to the parliament to reject a radical abortion bill after it failed to garner the support of a parliamentary committee charged with investigating its merits, according to Australian Christian Lobby Queensland Director Wendy Francis.
A Facebook post by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in response to concerns about taxpayers’ money paying for abortions overseas has raised further concerns about our foreign aid priorities.
The Australian Christian Lobby has called on the Northern Territory Government to follow due process by holding an inquiry before removing safeguards and imposing radical abortion legislation on women
The Greens’ proposal to ban free speech outside of Western Australian abortion clinics is an attempt to silence any speech it does not approve of and should be comprehensively rejected, according to Australian Christian Lobby WA director, Dahlia Messiha.
Australian Christian Lobby spokesperson for the Dignity of Women and Children, Wendy Francis, updates us on the current attempts at Federal and State levels to liberalise abortion laws.
In a move that may further alienate pro-life and conservative voters from the Coalition, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop today announced $9.5 million of Australia’s overseas aid for abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
Over 31,000 Queenslanders have signed a petition calling on the Parliament to scrap proposed abortion legislation and the Australian Christian Lobby has called on the government to keep their election pledge and not make changes to current safeguards.
It was uplifting to scroll through the social media feeds of friends like Wendy Francis who were at the Brisbane March for Life last Saturday.
Should we screen out people before they are born? If so, where is the line drawn? This question is passionately answered by people with down syndrome in campaigns such as the ‘Don’t screen us out’ in the UK but what is the situation in Australia.
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