Pastor Dewey: Americas greatest offense to God is the killing of His Babies, how foolish it is of America to think that we are not facing the wrath of God. America is imploding.
Senate Committee Advances Pro-Abortion Bill,
Republican Senators Respond


SANTA FE – After a two-hour long delay and a hearing marred by technical difficulties and limited public participation, the “virtual” Senate Health and Public Affairs Committee today voted along party lines to repeal New Mexico’s abortion law. Senate Bill 10, sponsored by Democratic Senator Linda Lopez (District 11-Bernalillo) and others, would strike an entire section of law that among other things protects medical professionals from being forced to participate in abortions and requires that abortions be performed by licensed physicians.

“Though some of the existing law is unenforceable because of Roe v. Wade, this statute contains important provisions that protect our doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals,” said Senator Gregg Schmedes (District 19-Bernalillo, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Torrance).” As a medical doctor, I have heard from many of my colleagues that if they lose these vital conscience protections, they will consider leaving the state which would threaten healthcare access for many New Mexicans.”

The current law includes protections from recriminatory action when a hospital or their staff decline to perform abortions based on “moral or religious grounds.” In 1973, the New Mexico Court of Appeals declared this section of the law to be constitutional and a 1990 New Mexico Attorney General Opinion further reiterated its constitutionality.

“A total repeal of New Mexico’s abortion law is not the solution,” added Senator Crystal Diamond (District 35-Dona Ana, Hidalgo, Luna, and Sierra). “In addition to keeping the conscience clause intact, we should be working to strengthen, not weaken standards of care for women. The thought that a non-physician would be allowed to perform a dangerous, late-term abortion on a minor child without any parental knowledge is unconscionable. That is the type of scenario we are exposing women to if this bill passes.”

Senate Bill 10 advanced from the Senate Health and Public Affairs Committee on a 5-3 vote with all three Republican Senators, Gregg Schmedes, David Gallegos, and Stuart Ingle, voting in opposition. The bill will now be referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee where it could be heard as early as next week.

Kamala Harris’ Roe v. Wade post draws Tennessee governor’s response: ‘Abortion isn’t healthcare’
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee spoke out last week after Vice President Kamala Harris issued a statement to mark the 48th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide.Read in Fox News:
Late yesterday I got the following text message from Former New Mexico Congressman Bill Redmond. Bill is calling our attention to the Satanic abortion bill SB10 allowing up-to-birth abortions. Bill included a message from State Senator Bill Sharer, who has fought hard for God’s babies for many, many years.
From Senator Bill Sharer:
“The new abortion bill, SB10, is going to be heard Monday afternoon. I am asking for 200,000 people to pray for 15 minutes starting at 2 pm on Monday. Will you join us and will you ask everyone you to join us. May God Bless you”
From Former Congressman and now Pastor Bill Redmond:
We Have to get the word out on this! Wouldn’t hurt if people sent an email to their NM senator with “Vote NO on SB10” in the subject line (so it is seen even if they do not open it ) This message must be circulated to every corner of the state. Please spread the word!
“Evil prevails when good men do nothing”

BREAKING: The nation’s most radical anti-life bills have been introduced in the New Mexico 2021 Legislature: SB 10, an abortion up-to-birth bill (identical to HB 51 from 2019) and SB 47, an assisted suicide bill (links to both bills below).
SB 10 is scheduled to be heard at 2 PM on Monday, January 25th. Contact the members of the Senate Public Affairs Committee TODAY.
Tell them to vote NO on SB 10.
*Use some of the points below in your message.
Chairman Ortiz y Pino Email: (505) 243-1509
Senator Bill Tallman Email: (505) 397-8854
Senator Brenda McKenna Email: (505) 397-8834
Senator Antoinette Lopez Email: (505) 397-8847
Senator Liz Stefanics Email: (505) 397-8851
Senator Gregory Baca Email: (505) 397-8815
Sen Dr. Gregg Schmedes Email: (505) 397-8846
Sen Stuart Ingle Email:,(505) 397-8829
Sen David Gallegos Email: 397-8824
The radical abortion lobby behind SB 10 seeks to strip New Mexico’s 1969 criminal abortion statute and not replace it with ANY protections for women, babies and health care professionals. SB 10 will force the following:
1) Codify abortion up-to-birth in state law.
2) Remove the state’s only conscience protection, forcing medical professionals to perform/assist in abortions since there are no other explicit state or federal conscinece protections preventing this.
3) Does not add any protections for women, but further empowers abortion businesses with less accountability.
5) Forces NM taxpayers to continue to fund healthy moms to abort a healthy baby up to 9 months of pregnancy through state Medicaid.
6) The majority of Americans and the majority of New Mexicans support a limit on abortion after 5 months.
New Mexico Alliance for Life first reported the radical abortion lobby groups behind HB 51 and now SB 10 openly called for the removal of “religious refusals”—removing the option for medical professional or hospital to refuse to perform abortions.
The radical abortion lobby seeks to force medical professionals across New Mexico to perform abortions as a matter of “access.” This is not a pro-woman bill but rather, a pro-abortion lobby bill.
There are no explicit federal nor state conscience protection, except in the 1969 NM abortion statute. By removing this conscience protection, New Mexico medical professionals will be forced to perform and participate in abortions.
The Elizabeth Whitfield End of Life Options Act, HB 47 would usher in assisted suicide in the state with the highest suicide rate already. It is also considered the most radical bill in the nation by the medical community. Bill analysis here.
“Assisted suicide endangers all New Mexicans, as we’ve witnessed overall suicide rates increase in states that legalize killing. Patients will feel pressured to opt out of life saving care by insurance companies as a cost-control measure” –Senator Dr. Gregg Schmedes, the ONLY practicing medical professional in the NM Legislature.
Support the life-saving work of New Mexico Alliance for Life today! We need your help to continue exposing the abortion industry in New Mexico, as our ground-breaking work delivers life-saving results and has been featured by national and local media!
Make a secure, online donation here or mail a check to: New Mexico Alliance for Life 1208 San Pedro Dr NE #122, Albuquerque, NM 87110.
New Mexico Alliance for Life is a 501C-4 non-profit organization. Donations are not tax-deductible. Thank you for your support and for being a voice for those who don’t have one!
Your friend in LIFE,
Elisa Martinez
Executive Director
New Mexico Alliance for Life

From Our Dear Friends at National day of Prayer! PTL!

Friend —


From the beginning of our nation, our founders prayed, sought and fought for a culture that embodied, embraced, and encouraged LIFE. In our Declaration of Independence, we all agree as citizens of the United States, that “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”  These founding sentiments were focused on the LIFE that can only be ‘endowed by their Creator,’ the one described in the Holy Bible, the Word of God – the LIFE that only Jesus can give.

January 29th is the date for this year’s National March for Life. Millions have marched in our nation’s capital in years past, and millions will join this year’s virtual march because, as their website reflects, “We march because we envision a future world where the beauty and dignity of every human life are valued and protected – and we promote the beauty and dignity of every human life by working to end abortion—uniting, educating, and mobilizing pro-life people in the public square.”

In light of the fact that we are in the midst of a pandemic which may be peaking, and in view of the heightened pressures that law enforcement officers and others are currently facing in and around the Capitol, this year’s March for Life will look different. The annual rally will take place virtually and March for Life is asking all participants to stay home and to join the March virtually. They will invite a small group of pro-life leaders from across the country to march in Washington, DC this year. These leaders will represent pro-life Americans everywhere who, each in their own unique ways, work to make abortion unthinkable and build a culture where every human life is valued and protected. You can find out how you can join virtually, by visiting their website at

Let’s pray today, and each day, as the March for Life approaches – Lord, we pray for this nation and this culture, that we would re-dedicate ourselves to be the culture of life that we proclaim in our declaration, life that is valued and protected, every human life, born or unborn. We pray that you would pour Your love and life out on the people in our nation, open our nation’s eyes to the love, life and liberty that only Jesus can give. Forgive us our disregard for the sanctity of life ­– show us Your way, Your truth, and Your LIFE. In Jesus name, Amen.


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New Mexico Legislature – Issues on the Horizon

New Mexico


New Mexico’s 55th legislative session will be novel in some ways and familiar in others. The legislature has limited in-person public testimony at the Capitol due to ongoing health concerns, planning to conduct hearings via video conferencing. Though, many of our legislative priorities will be very familiar.

Assisted Suicide
Once again, physician-assisted suicide is on the table, filed as HB 47—The Elizabeth Whitfield End-of-Life-Options Act. It is currently in the House Committee on Health, & Human Services and is expected to have a hearing soon.

HB 47 would legalize assisted suicide in New Mexico by allowing patients to obtain lethal drugs from medical professionals who do not even have to be doctors – this is essentially Non-Physician assisted suicide. This legislation would also enable the same non-physicians to determine the mental capacity of patients requesting lethal drugs. It would take the extra step of forcing doctors and medical professionals to violate their conscience by mandating that they refer patients for assisted suicide when requested, regardless of the patient’s mental or medical condition.

HB 47 lacks many safeguards found in other states that protect patients from dangerous abuse and coercion from predatory family members and profit-driven insurance companies, putting the disabled and the elderly at particular risk.

Although it has not yet been introduced, we expect another substantial effort to repeal abortion statute protections for women and doctors. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has reiterated her commitment to supporting legislative efforts to remove all abortion-related laws from New Mexico statutes, including those that provide doctors’ conscience protections and require a woman’s consent before having an abortion.

Lawmakers will likely introduce legislation to legalize recreational marijuana, again with support from the Governor’s office (a proposal 63% of New Mexicans opposed just a year ago). Supporters claim legalization will bring in tax revenue but dismiss the heavy cost legalization would have on our communities, particularly our children and communities of color, not to mention the health and safety risks that have become realities in other states which have legalized recreational marijuana.

Despite these radical efforts, we are proud we have strong allies in our state capitol we can stand alongside and support—Elected officials who are committed to representing your values.

Please join us in supporting these legislators by praying that God may bless their efforts and ensure our voices are heard.

Schmedes, Gallegos, Dow and Montoya
With your support we will remain vigilant in standing for life, family and religious freedom and keep you updated on the movement of legislation and how you can get involved.


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Stephanie Curry
Policy Manager
Mailing Address:
223 N Guadalupe St, Suite 514
Santa Fe, NM 87501

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Policy Manager

Mailing Address:
223 N Guadalupe St, Suite 514
Santa Fe, NM 87501
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