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Minnesota Governor Signs Barbaric Abortion Bill into Law

“Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.” – Ephesians 5:11

Days ago, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed the “Protect Reproductive Options Act” (PRO Act) into law in his state. The PRO Act is a radical and extreme abortion law that ensures every woman in the state has a so-called “fundamental right” to terminate the life of her pre-born child.

The PRO Act is so barbaric that it legalizes abortion all the way up to the point of birth. Simply put, this law removes every single limit on abortion up to birth and makes sure abortion is available on demand without safeguards or protections in Minnesota.

Bishop Robert Barron, the Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester in Minnesota, and one of the most influential Catholics in the nation said this about the newly passed abortion law, “it is the worst kind of barbarism.” He also said that the bill, “is the most radical abortion law in the country.”

What needs to be noticed here is this, Minnesota has now become the first state in the nation to codify abortion through the legislative process since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade this past June. With the PRO Act now signed into law in Minnesota, it serves as a serious and sobering reminder that the work to protect life is a continuous effort that must always remain at the forefront of our minds and hearts even here in Kentucky.


Father, please help those who promote abortion laws like this one to have their spiritual eyes opened to clearly see the darkness that they are promoting. Lord, help us to never become complacent about the need to protect human life. Father, empower us in every possible way we can to effectively protect life here in our state. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Join us in praying for our elected leaders throughout the 2023 Legislative Session:

Kentucky House Members District 1-13

Rep. Steven Rudy (R)
Rep. Richard Heath (R)
Rep. Randy Bridges (R)
Rep. Wade Williams (R)
Rep. Mary Beth Imes (R)
Rep. Chris Freeland (R)
Rep. Suzanne Miles (R)
Rep. Walker Thomas (R)
Rep. Myron Dossett (R)
Rep. Josh Calloway (R)
Rep. Jonathan Dixon (R)
Rep. Jim Gooch Jr. (R)
Rep. DJ Johnson (R)