Meet the Inspirational Pro-Life Women Leading for LIFE
Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers is a tireless advocate for the dignity of every human being, earning her an A+ rating on Susan B. Anthony List’s National Pro-life Scorecard. First elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2004, she serves as the representative for the state’s 5th Congressional District.
Cathy is the only woman in Congress to give birth three times while serving. Her eldest child, Cole, has Down syndrome, and she is a fierce advocate for the rights of people with Down syndrome, born and unborn.
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``Whether we are born with an extra twenty-first chromosome or without a dollar to our name – we are not defined by our limits, but by our potential.``
Rep. McMorris Rodgers speaks movingly about her son Cole, who has Down syndrome.
Article by Rep. McMorris Rodgers:
“I’m a man with Down syndrome and my life is worth living.” Those were Frank Stephen’s words in his testimony before Congress. He received a standing ovation from everyone in the room, and ever since, his words have been on my heart…
The importance of protecting life is deeply personal to Representative Kat Cammack, whose mother was pressured by her own family to abort her. She chose life, and now Kat is bringing to Congress the voice of the rising pro-life generation, many of whom are direct survivors of the Roe v. Wade regime of abortion on demand and understand well the human toll of extreme abortion policies.
Kat serves as a member of Congress representing Florida’s 3rd district, where her leadership for the right to life has earned her an A+ rating on Susan B. Anthony List’s National Pro-Life Scorecard.
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``Every woman's story is different, and these decisions do not come easy. But I am grateful every single day that there were resources available for my mom.``
Rep. Kat Cammack shares her personal pro-life story on EWTN Pro-Life Weekly
Article by Rep. Cammack & SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser:
I am honored to lead this fight alongside House Minority Whip Steve Scalise and Rep. Ann Wagner. As the daughter of a single mom who bravely chose life despite enormous pressure to abort me, this cause is personal and near to my heart…
Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler represents Washington’s 3rd District, where her pro-life leadership has earned her an A+ rating on Susan B. Anthony List’s National Pro-Life Scorecard. She co-founded the bipartisan Maternity Care Caucus, the first of its kind in Congress, and has been a champion for maternal and child health.
Jaime’s daughter Abigail was diagnosed in utero with Potter Syndrome, a condition her parents were told was 100% fatal. But thanks to an experimental treatment, Abigail became the first baby to survive childbirth with no kidneys.
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``What if together, we can break new ground, find new treatments? What if every baby was at least given a shot to reach her true, miraculous potential?``
Rep. Herrera Beutler shares story of her ``miracle baby`` at the March for Life
CNN featured profile:
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler was the ninth lawmaker in history to have a baby while serving in Congress. That alone would have been a good reason to tell her story. But what she went through to have — and save — her baby is truly badass, a lesson in courage from a woman who wouldn’t take no for an answer…
Karen Greenhalgh serves in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 85th district. When she was only 15 years old, Karen became a victim of rape. For years, she felt she had no choice except to live with the fear, the shame and guilt following the assault. However, years later she became a volunteer at the pro-life Tidewater Pregnancy Resource Center where she was able to focus on helping women in similar circumstances to her own and providing them with the resources she wished were made available to her at the time of her sexual assault.
Susan B. Anthony List’s partner Women Speak Out PAC Virginia – 2021 supported Karen in her race, in which she defeated the incumbent State representative who had voted to remove informed consent requirements for mothers seeking an abortion. Karen has pledged to fight to reinstate these protections for women.
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``As a victim of rape at an early age, I chose to work with women in crisis to provide assistance that I never received myself.”
In the race for the 85th district, located in Virginia Beach, Del. Alex Askew, a Democrat, has made it personal in the worst, most awkward way. A mailer from Askew’s campaigned sought to cast a negative spotlight on his opponent, Karen Greenhalgh, for volunteering with a crisis pregnancy center (CPC)…
Representative Diana Harshbarger serves in Congress, representing Tennessee’s 1st district. The first in her family to graduate from college, Diana attended East Tennessee State University and then earned her doctorate from Mercer University College of Pharmacy. She is a licensed pharmacist and a business owner and has been a community leader for 30 years.
Diana is heavily engaged with her church and local nonprofits and serves on the local Chamber of Commerce. As a long time healthcare professional, Diana understands the value of human life and is committed to protecting the lives of the mother and the baby. Diana’s bold pro-life leadership has earned her an A+ rating on Susan B. Anthony List’s National Pro-Life Scorecard.
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``I believe we all have a moral responsibility to defend the right to life, which begins at conception.``
Article by Rep. Harshbarger at The Hill:
Pro-life advocates everywhere must raise the alarm about chemical abortion and the Biden Democrats’ extreme agenda of abortion on demand without any limits…
House floor speech:
I’ve taken care of women with fertility problems for over 30 years. And they would love to cradle a precious baby in their arms. But so many want to discard that precious child as just an unnecessary interruption. – @RepHarshbarger pic.twitter.com/a4Mm9ozjZU #HydeSavesLives
— Susan B. Anthony List #ModernizeOurLaw (@SBAList) July 21, 2021