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Americans United for Life Offers Urgent Legal Briefing for Senator Nelson

Wednesday, December 23, 2009 General News J E 4
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AUL Legal Team Documents Reveal Details on Mandatory Abortion Tax

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At 4:45 pm today on the floor of the United States Senate, Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska made the following statement:

"...even though they [pro-life advocates] cannot constructively point out how it doesn't prohibit the use of federal funds or wall off those funds or keep them totally segregated. They just didn't like the language..."

As a result of this statement, Dr. Charmaine Yoest, President of Americans United for Life, directed her legal team to contact the Senator's office and offer to provide an urgent briefing to clarify the facts about abortion provisions in the bill. In addition, she has issued this statement:

"Senator Nelson has a strong, consistent pro-life voting record, and his vote for the manager's amendment was a surprise to all of us. We have contacted his office and have offered to send our top legal team to fully brief him as soon as he has an opportunity. I believe it is absolutely critical that Senator Nelson has all of the facts before he casts his final vote on Christmas Eve. The facts demonstrate that this bill will create the largest single expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade and impose a first-ever abortion tax on the American people."

FOR THE FACTS, CLICK BELOW

http://blog.aul.org/2009/12/20/the-abortion-tax-and-other-problems-in-senator-reid%E2%80%99s-amendment/

http://blog.aul.org/2009/12/19/legal-analysis-of-life-concerns-in-managers-amendment/

AMERICANS UNITED FOR LIFE: The first national pro-life organization in America

SOURCE Americans United for Life
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