They must be reading my mind

Years ago I watched an episode of Murder She Wrote in which Jessica, the main character, was selected to temporarily fill in for a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.  Throughout the show she solved the murder (when did she not?) and in the end got a bill that she had proposed passed.  I don’t remember much else about the episode but I remember thinking what it would be like to be nominated temporarily to the House.  What would I do?

Recently that thought came back to my mind and I determined that  I would present a bill that would add many cumbersome regulations to the abortion industry.  Some might fault me for not introducing a bill that would stop all abortions but that bill would not even make it out of committee.  That’s not where we should stop, but it would be a start.  Any regulations added to a business make it more difficult to operate, if not impossible in some cases.

I was glad to see the Alabama House of Representatives passed a similar bill earlier this week.  If this bill passes the Senate and is signed by the governor, it will go a long way in making abortion more difficult in our state.  I pray for the day it is impossible for a woman to get an abortion in Alabama, in the South, or anywhere in the U.S. for that matter.  But we must be patient, support the political leaders who stand for life, and financially support those who support life for all ages.  May the Lord bless this to pass.

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