THE “TEXAS HEARTBEAT ACT” GOES INTO EFFECT TODAY. PASSED BY THE REPUBLICANS IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE AGAINST THE OPPOSITION OF THE DEMOCRATS IN THE LEGISATURE AND SIGNED BY GOVERNOR Greg Abbott THE NEW LAW GOVERNS ABORTIONS IN TEXAS

Texas Heartbeat Act now in effect!

GLORY BE TO GOD!!! ALLELUIA, ALLELUIA, ALLELUIA

“And I will give them one heart and one purpose: to worship me forever, for their own good and for the good of all their descendants.” Jeremiah 32:39 

Texas Right to Life WEDNESDAY, 9/01/21. 2:50 PM
Beginning today it is against the law to abort an child in the womb of its mother after a heartbeat of the child can be detected by the doctor who must seek the presence of a heartbeat before beginning the abortion procedure.
As of 12:00 a.m., the Texas Heartbeat Act is in effect! The Supreme Court has not ruled on abortionists’ request to block the policy. Texas is now the first state ever to enforce a heartbeat law.

Planned Parenthood locations across the state announced they are not scheduling abortions past 6 weeks.

Already, pregnancy centers in Texas have seen a HUGE SURGE in women coming in for help. They need volunteers! If you are able to give your time to aid local pregnancy centers, please fill out this form. We will connect you to pregnancy centers in your community!VolunteerIf you are unable to donate time, then please consider financially supporting Texas Right to Life with a gift of $50, $100, or $250. We mobilize Pro-Life activists around the state.Give now!Please join with us and pregnancy centers to support pregnant women and continue fighting for Life!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


1 September 2021


Media Contact: 
Quentin L. Van Meter, MD, FCP President
admin@acpeds.org 
(352) 376-1877


Texas Bans Abortions Once A Heartbeat is Detectable




The Texas Heartbeat Act, Senate Bill 8, has taken full effect, meaning an abortion cannot be performed once a heartbeat is detectable. Despite many attempts by the abortion industry to block the act, the Supreme Court issued no ruling, thus making Texas the first state to enforce a heartbeat law. 


Dr. Robin Pierucci, Chair of the American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) Pro-Life Committee says, “Texas’ recognition that the baby in the womb is in fact a real person is something to genuinely celebrate. It is, however, just one step in our desire to assist and support the entire mother-infant dyad.” 


All human life is equally valuable from the moment of conception until natural death. ACPeds affirms that human life begins at conception, however, this is a significant step in acknowledging the autonomy and innate value of the child inside his or her mother’s womb. Consistent with its mission to “enable all children to reach their optimal physical and emotional health and well-being,” the ACPeds, therefore, opposes active measures that end the life of any child at any stage of development, including elective abortion and infanticide.


About the American College of Pediatricians
The American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) is a national medical association of licensed physicians and healthcare professionals who specialize in the care of infants, children, and adolescents. It was founded by a group of concerned physicians who saw the need for a pediatric organization that would not be influenced by the politically driven pronouncements of the day. The mission of the ACPeds is to enable all children to reach their optimal physical and emotional health and well-being. The ACPeds is committed to fulfilling its mission by producing sound policy, based upon the best available research, to assist parents and to influence society in the endeavor of childrearing. 




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Click here to view the Press Release on the ACPeds website

You can support the ACPeds message by spreading it on social media and sharing it with your networks. 
It’s easy to do, just click on the links above!


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


1 September 2021


Media Contact: 
Quentin L. Van Meter, MD, FCP President
admin@acpeds.org 
(352) 376-1877


Texas Bans Abortions Once A Heartbeat is Detectable




The Texas Heartbeat Act, Senate Bill 8, has taken full effect, meaning an abortion cannot be performed once a heartbeat is detectable. Despite many attempts by the abortion industry to block the act, the Supreme Court issued no ruling, thus making Texas the first state to enforce a heartbeat law. 


Dr. Robin Pierucci, Chair of the American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) Pro-Life Committee says, “Texas’ recognition that the baby in the womb is in fact a real person is something to genuinely celebrate. It is, however, just one step in our desire to assist and support the entire mother-infant dyad.” 


All human life is equally valuable from the moment of conception until natural death. ACPeds affirms that human life begins at conception, however, this is a significant step in acknowledging the autonomy and innate value of the child inside his or her mother’s womb. Consistent with its mission to “enable all children to reach their optimal physical and emotional health and well-being,” the ACPeds, therefore, opposes active measures that end the life of any child at any stage of development, including elective abortion and infanticide.


About the American College of Pediatricians
The American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) is a national medical association of licensed physicians and healthcare professionals who specialize in the care of infants, children, and adolescents. It was founded by a group of concerned physicians who saw the need for a pediatric organization that would not be influenced by the politically driven pronouncements of the day. The mission of the ACPeds is to enable all children to reach their optimal physical and emotional health and well-being. The ACPeds is committed to fulfilling its mission by producing sound policy, based upon the best available research, to assist parents and to influence society in the endeavor of childrearing. 




Help us get the message out! 


Share on Facebook and Twitter


Learn how to share ACPeds resources with your networks


Click here to view the Press Release on the ACPeds website

You can support the ACPeds message by spreading it on social media and sharing it with your networks. 
It’s easy to do, just click on the links above!


Stay Connected
 ‌  ‌  ‌  ‌







admin@acpeds.org | www.acpeds.org | 352-376-1877











American College of Pediatricians | P.O. Box 357190, Gainesville, FL 32635


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