life and abortion

I’m pro-life; however, in Nevada, the abortion issue is settled law.  The people of Nevada voted to have limits, allowing abortion up to 24 weeks, and then for the life and health of the mother.  This is not a federal issue.  It is left to the States and the “people” to decide.  I will not support any federal legislation that overturns the will of the people in Nevada.  I support exceptions for rape, incest, and the life and health of the mother. 

Dina Titus completely ignored the will of Nevadans when she voted to remove all limits and then to have hard-working Nevadans pay for other people’s abortions. 

Just like 71% of Americans, the people of Nevada think there should be limits on abortion.  In Nevada, those limits are 24 weeks and then the life and health of the mother.  Titus voted to remove all limits and is ignoring the will of the people. She voted to allow abortion up until the very day of delivery in the 9th month of pregnancy and to have tax-payers pay for it.  This extreme position should not stand.  Abortion is settled law in Nevada.  The law was passed by a referendum of the people, meaning it cannot be overturned by the Governor or the legislature. 

Mark agrees with the supreme court’s decision, not just because he is pro-life, but because it is the correct legal decision.  Even Ruth Bader Ginsberg said that the original Roe decision was on shaky ground.  There is no Constitutional right to an abortion.  The Constitution gives very limited power to the Federal Government.  All other powers are vested in the States and in “We, the People.” The people of Nevada have spoken. 

As your representative in Congress, I will oppose any bill in Congress that takes power from the People and gives it to the Federal government.  Therefore, I will oppose Federal legislation on abortion.  This issue should be left to the States and to the People.



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