NM House Votes to Abort Babies But Revives Soccer at UNM!


This one has my head really spinning and spinning! How satanic can New Mexico get? A House budget bill would revive men’s soccer at the University of New Mexico! REALLY! KILL BABIES, PASS ABORTION UP-TO-BIRTH, BUT LETS PLAY SOCCER!!!???!! Oh my goodness! So, soccer is more important the the lives of children?  Hearts of stone prevail in the House and throughout the State Capital. ABQ Journal Report

Our state, our nation has much satanic legislation going on. I weep, I pray…..I pray for repentance and revival in America. Soccer, sports over the life of children…….

Jesus wept. John 11:35

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FGGAM NEWS just received this news release from Elisa Martinez of New Mexico Alliance for Life:

Deceptive information is circulating about the radical abortion up-to-birth billHB-51, in light of public outrage at the passage of the radical bill in the NM House of Representatives. Read more about what you can do + special event this Monday at the Capitol.
The nation’s most extreme abortion bill, HB 51 is awaiting a committee assignment in the Senate, most likely to be the Senate Public Affairs Committee and then on to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
If these bills are voted out of both committees, it will move quickly to the Senate Floor. For expediency, we ask that you now begin to contact every member of the Senate to vote against both radical anti-life bills HB 51 and HB 90. We also need every citizen of the state to be informed of these life and death issues before our legislature now. For an in-depth analysis of what the language in HB 51and the statute it seeks to repeal, read more below.
We have word from some of our legislators, both in the Senate and House, that thepro-abortion Governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham is pressuring Democrat legislators to vote “FOR” these radical bills. We must work together to overcome the pressure and misinformation about this bill that “it only decriminalizes abortion” “it keeps the status quo” or “HB 51 only strips a few lines from the statute.”
We have compiled a comprehensive analysis including the exact language of the bill, the exact language of the existing statute HB 51– including currently enforced portions it will strip and the consequences.
The Bishops of New Mexico will be hosting a special Prayer Rally and Candlelight Vigil at the Rotunda in Santa Fe this Monday, February 18, 2019, from 6 pm – 7 pm. We want to encourage you to participate in this peaceful and prayerful event.
If you are planning a trip to Santa Fe on Monday, you can also visit with key members of the Senate in their office that day, encourage them to VOTE NO on the bill. Personal visits are very impactful, as we know the abortion lobby has a constant and prominent presence at the Capitol.
  • SHARE: Share this critical information with everyone you know in your community and beyond: groups, churches, and family.
  • SIGN THE PETITION and SHARE: Help us get from 10,000 to 20,000 to present to Governor Lujan Grisham and the entire NM Senate!
  • VISIT THE CAPITOL: Plan a Church or group travel to the Capitol– especially if your Senator is in a Democrat county.
  • FOLLOW THE BILLS HERE to see when they will be placed on the calendar.
Here is what the bill repeals:
“AN ACT REPEALING SECTIONS 30-5-1 THROUGH 30-5-3 NMSA 1978 (BEING LAWS 1969, CHAPTER 67, SECTIONS 1 THROUGH 3) THAT CRIMINALIZE ABORTION. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: SECTION 1. REPEAL.–Sections 30-5-1 through 30-5-3 NMSA 1978 (being Laws 1969, Chapter 67, Sections 1 through 3) are repealed.”
Stripping these laws would strip away these statutes, which take away:
Parental Consent & Physician Requirement:
“justified medical termination” means the intentional ending of the pregnancy of a woman at the request of said woman or if said woman is under the age of eighteen years, then at the request of said woman and her then living parent or guardian by a physician licensed by the state of New Mexico using acceptable medical procedures in an accredited hospital.”
Conscience Protections:
“A person who is a member of, or associated with, the staff of a hospital, or any employee of a hospital, in which a justified medical termination has been authorized and who objects to the justified medical termination on moral or religious grounds shall not be required to participate in medical procedures which will result in the termination of pregnancy, and the refusal of any such person to participate shall not form the basis of any disciplinary or other recriminatory action against such person.”
The bill’s sponsor, Representative Joanne Ferrary stated on multiple occasions that the measure is NOT an abortion bill and that it would merely ‘keep the status quo.’
However, the dangerous bill would not just keep the already dangerous ‘status quo,’ it would endanger women and children through unsafe abortions performed by medical professionals who do not have to be doctors and will be forced into performing the procedure against their conscience. Young girls would not have to inform their parents of the procedure and could be manipulated into the abortion by their rapist.
This by no means is the ‘status quo,’ nor should it be. Keisha Atkins, who died from complications after a late-term abortion procedure by abortionist Curtis Boyd ofSouthwestern Women’s Options was a product of this ‘status quo,’ with the abortionist performing the dangerous procedure, and giving her literature telling her not to call 911 if she had a medical emergency.
A late-term abortion is NEVER medically necessary. A study by the abortion industry-backed Guttmacher Institute shows the reasons most women get abortions after 20 weeks:
“They were raising children alone, were depressed or using illicit substances, were in conflict with a male partner or experiencing domestic violence, had trouble deciding and then had access problems, or were young and nulliparous.”
It’s crystal clear that if this bill passes, the people who would benefit most from HB-51 are abusive men and abortion centers that can make money off of these dangerous procedures, that is if the woman makes it out alive.
NMAFL has recorded over 17 medical emergencies in recent years at Southwestern Women’s Options, where women have suffered grave medical complications and even death.
Joanne Ferrary and 39 other New Mexico House Democrats collectively received over $228,000 in donations from the abortion lobby last election cycle, and have shown New Mexicans that they can be bought and paid for.
Your Friend in LIFE,
Elisa Martinez
Founder and Executive Director
New Mexico Alliance for Life
Help us FIGHT BACK! You can also donate to New Mexico Alliance for Life here, by making a secure online donation. Your support helps us continue to travel to Santa Fe and expose the extreme abortion lobby in our state. Your help is needed now more than ever. You may also mail your donation to 1208 San Pedro Dr NE, #122 Albuquerque, NM 87110. New Mexico Alliance for Life is a 501c4 non-profit organization, donations are not tax deductible.Thank you for your support!
The New Mexico Alliance for Life is a nonpartisan organization focused on changing state and local laws by empowering women with better and informed choices when facing unplanned or difficult pregnancies and advocating for better protections for women and unborn children from an unsafe abortion industry. For more information visit www.nmallianceforlife.org
NM Alliance for Life | NM Alliance for LifeAlbuquerque, NM 87110

We are so very grateful to Family Policy Alliance of New Mexico and Vince Torres for this information! God bless you Vince and Family Policy of New Mexico! We are praying for you all!

“Roundhouse Recap” – Weeks 4 and 5 at the New Mexico Legislature
New Mexico
RADICAL PRO-ABORTION BILL PASSES HOUSE HB 51 Abortion Bill voteLast Wednesday evening, following a spirited and sometimes contentious debate, the New Mexico House Representatives passed the radical pro-abortion bill—House Bill 51—by a vote of 40-29. The vote garnered bipartisan opposition, as 6 Democrats joined all Republicans present in voting against the bill. Among the concerns raised during the debate was the fact that the bill would allow elective abortions up-to-birth to continue in New Mexico, even in the case of a healthy mother and child. Also addressed was the fact that the bill would strip the only explicit abortion-related conscience protection for physicians, paving the way for medical professionals to be forced to participate in abortion procedures against their conscience. At several points, the bill’s sponsor, Representative Joanne Ferrary (D-Dona Ana), attempted to assure the other members that the conscience protection was “antiquated” and unnecessary. However, in the days following the vote, it was pointed out that Representative Ferrary’s expert witnesses, who represent the ACLU and Young Women United, are actively part of a coalition working to end “religious refusals” in New Mexico. HB 51 is now headed to the Senate where it faces an uncertain outcome.
SENATE ADVANCES BILL ALLOWING GENDER CHANGE & “X” ON BIRTH CERTIFICATESLast week, the New Mexico Senate passed Senate Bill 20 which would allow New Mexicans to change the gender on their birth certificate or select a new gender marker “X” based on their gender identity. Although concerns were raised about the impact of this legislation on law enforcement and public facilities accommodations, the bill received bipartisan support, with Republican Senators Sander Rue and William Payne voting in favor of the legislation. SB 20 is now awaiting a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee.
RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA LEGISLATION INTRODUCED, PASSES FIRST COMMITTEE House Bill 356 was introduced and cleared its first committee assignment over the weekend. The bill, which would legalize the recreational use of marijuana, passed the House Health and Human Services Committee on a 5-2 party-line vote, with Democrats supporting the measure. HB 356 now heads to the House Judiciary Committee.
 ASSISTED SUICIDE HEADS TO FULL HOUSE FOR VOTE After emotional testimony from the public on both sides, House Bill 90, the legalization of assisted suicide, passed the House Judiciary Committee on a 9-3 party-line vote, with Democrats supporting the measure. The bill now heads to the full House for consideration. Among the concerns raised regarding HB 90 are the facts that it would allow non-physicians to determine mental capacity and prescribe life-ending medication and would force doctors and medical professionals to violate their conscience and refer patients for assisted suicide. Meanwhile, the legislation lacks many safeguards found in other states that protect patients from dangerous abuse and coercion from predatory family members and profit-driven insurance companies.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK “I have faith that the people of New Mexico are waking up to the ‘status quo’ in New Mexico—and that is abortion up to the moment of birth.” -State Representative Cathrynn Brown (R-Eddy)
LEGISLATOR OF THE WEEK Cathrynn Brown, NM RepresentativeState Representative Cathrynn Brown (R-Eddy) 

State Representative Cathrynn Brown was elected to the New Mexico House of Representatives in 2011 to represent District 55 (Eddy County). Since being elected, Representative Brown has been on sabbatical from her law practice. Her credentials and experience include an undergraduate degree in political science from Reed College; a juris doctorate from the University of Idaho; and several years of employment at a national research and development laboratory. Representative Brown has been involved in community service for more than 30 years and has held leadership positions in various organizations. She continues to devote time to serving on the boards of directors for the Carlsbad Literacy Program, Right to Life of Carlsbad, and New Mexico Legal Aid, Inc. Representative Brown and her husband, Mike, have been married for almost 33 years and, together, they have five children. Susceptible

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