New Mexico HB 47 Assisted Suicide Bill in Judiciary Today

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Thank you Sister Ethel Maharg for this report! We continue to pray for your efforts and thank the LORD for all you do!

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Hello Everyone,
Thursday was rough, and we might be tempted to say what’s the use, but we mustn’t give into that. We knew it would be hard and we don’t quit just because it appears they are winning. The pendulum always swings the other way. It may take a while, but it will happen, so be encouraged.
HB 47 the assisted suicide bill otherwise known as Elizabeth Whitefield end-of-life options will be heard in Judiciary today (yes Saturday) at 2 PM. Below are the names of the committee members to contact and tell them to VOTE NO on this bill.
Gail Chasey
(505)986-4411
Micaela Lara Cadena
(505)986-4210
Eliseo Lee Alcon
(505)986-4416
Deborah A Armstrong
(505)986-4344
Zachary J. Cook
(505)986-4221
Brian Egolf
(505)986-4782
Daymon Ely
(505)986-4243
Georgene Louis
(505)986-4329
Matthew McQueen
(505)986-4423
Greg Nibert
(505)986-4211
William “Bill” R Rehm
(505)986-4214
James G Townsend
(505)986-4757
Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Galatians 6:9
Thank you all for all you do for the cause of life.
God bless,
My Favorite Right is Life! 
Ethel Maharg
Executive Director
505-881-4563
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The Santa Fe New Mexican Reports:

The New Mexico Supreme Court on Friday rejected a request from House Republicans to block rule changes allowing House members to participate remotely during this year’s 60-day legislative session.

New Mexico allowing House members to participate remotely

FGGAM received this news release:

House GOP response to Supreme Court denial of NM Constitutional concerns

Santa Fe, NM- Today (Friday) the Supreme Court today denied a constitutional question before them without an explanation.

“It is horribly unfortunate that the New Mexico Supreme Court has once again failed to respond to a significant constitutional issue that affects every New Mexican, and the processes where rules and laws are made,” said House Republican Leader Jim Townsend (Artesia). “No other body, more than the Supreme Court, has a more important duty to protecting our state’s rules of law and order.”

“Just like small business owners and parents of NM school children, legislators have lost confidence in New Mexico courts to protect our constitutional rights,” said House Republican Whip Rod Montoya (Farmington).

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