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Published On: Wed, Jan 22nd, 2014

Sen. Rand Paul asks, ‘Can a civilization long endure if it does not respect Life?’, honors 2014 March for Life

While thousands of pro-life advocates braved the freezing cold weather of Washington, DC today for the annual “March for Life”, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul released a statement to honor the annual event held every January on the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark 1973 decision that declared a constitutional right to abortion.

“Since the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, 55 million abortions have taken place in America. The question remains, can a civilization long endure if it does not respect Life? It is the government’s duty to protect life, liberty, and property, but primarily and most importantly, a government must protect Life,” Sen. Paul said. “In order to protect the unborn from the very moment Life begins, I introduced the Life at Conception Act. Today, our nation wavers and our moral compass is adrift. Only when America chooses, remembers and restores her respect for life will we re-discover our moral bearings and truly find our way.”

Sen Paul introduced the The Life at Conception Act last March, which would declare that human life began at conception, providing fertilized eggs with the same legal status as born persons.

Rand Paul at CPAC 2013 Image/Video Screen Shot

Rand Paul at CPAC 2013
Image/Video Screen Shot

 

 

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