Breaking News: Make History in Mississippi

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Make History in Mississippi

Tomorrow you have the opportunity to make history in Mississippi. You can pass the Personhood Amendment, known as Proposition 26. Pro-abortion activists—namely Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in other states—are disseminating outright lies to defeat Prop. 26.

They say birth control will be made illegal and that doctors who perform in vitro fertilization could be investigated for murder. These are just scare tactics and hold no truth.

Those who oppose the Personhood Amendment want to keep Mississippi in the dark ages when it comes to defining human life. It’s medically and scientifically proven that life begins at fertilization. Everything that you are today was once contained in a days-old embryo—the color of your eyes, shoe size and entire genetic makeup. The only thing added has been nutrition and oxygen.

Please stand with life. Stand with science. Stand with medicine. Vote for Proposition 26 and protect innocent human life from fertilization. If I lived in MS, I would proudly vote for Prop. 26.

Sincerely for LIFE,
Bradley Mattes
Executive Director
Life Issues Institute

11/07/11

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Bradley Mattes
President, Life Issues Institute

Life Issues Institute is dedicated to changing hearts and minds of millions of people through education. For 27 years, organizations and individuals around the world have depended upon Life Issues Institute to provide the latest information and effective tools to protect innocent human life from womb to tomb.

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