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John William Tuohy lives in Washington DC

Law’s I’d like to see happen


Law’s I’d like to see happen

I was born dirt poor. A younger brother of mine died due to the filth of our living conditions. If he were alive today he would be 59 years old. So I firmly believe that everyone gets a fair chance to live. That’s the promise of God and the promise of America……everyone gets a shot to succeed of failure on their own accord. Everyone gets a chance at life.  I know that most of the people who read my work will disagree so I wanted to explain myself on this stance.


The nation should consider a new anti-abortion public awareness campaign taking aim in Oklahoma.
According to the terms of a new law, all restaurants, public buildings, hospitals, and small businesses will need to install signs that point out various family planning resources for pregnant women as an alternative to abortion.
The rule is part of the Humanity of the Unborn Child Act which requires all bathrooms overseen by the Department of Health to post the signs by January 2018.
The signs will read: “There are many public and private agencies willing and able to help you carry your child to term and assist you and your child after your child is born, whether you choose to keep your child or to place him or her for adoption. The State of Oklahoma strongly urges you to contact them if you are pregnant.”
The signs will also include a link the Department of Health’s website, which has a list of adoption and family planning services in the area.
The text of the Humanity of the Unborn Child Act says it is part of a public health campaign “for the purpose of achieving an abortion-free society” that will “clearly and consistently teach that abortion kills a living human being.”

 “The abortion industry has gone to great lengths over the years to dehumanize the baby in the eyes of the public in order to desensitize pregnant women to what it is and what it does,” said Tony Lauinger, the chairman of Oklahomans for Life.

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