'No Compromise On Abortion Funding' For the Health Care Reform Bill

Anti-Abortion Group Launches Billboard Campaign Targeting ‘Blue Dog’ Democrat Districts

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LAKE FOREST, Calif. /Christian Newswire/—The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) will begin to operate graphic billboard trucks in the congressional districts of specially selected Members of the U.S. House of Representatives during the second week of January. The tour will end with the vote on the conference committee report for health care reform legislation that was recently passed by both houses of Congress.


The billboard trucks will display large abortion photos in a campaign to remind voters that abortion is not health care and consequently should not be federally funded as an element of health care reform, either directly or indirectly.

CBR Statement:

“It insults the intelligence of American tax payers when supporters of socialized medicine propose abortion coverage through government subsidized health insurance policies while arguing that laundering government money through an insured’s personal checking account magically transforms public funds into private premiums.”—Gregg Cunningham, Executive Director, Center for Bio-Ethical Reform

For more information email Gregg Cunningham, Executive Director, Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or go to AbortionNo.org

For interviews contact Mark Harrington, 614-419- 9000.


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