Kansas Archbishop 'Grateful' For SCOTUS Ruling & Urges Further Action Against Abortion

For Sunday it's worthwhile to focus on the reaction from a local Conservative faith leader who enters the political fray and encourages voters to continue the crackdown against abortion. 

Here's part of his statement and more info . . .

Along with all Kansas Catholic Bishops, I am grateful for the United States Supreme Court Dobbs for the decision,” said Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. 

“This ruling rectifies the error the Supreme Court made almost 50 years ago when it usurped the right of the people to protect preborn babies and their mothers from the tragedy that results from each and every abortion. Today’s decision restores the power of citizens, through their duly elected members of State legislatures, to determine public policy regarding the protection of human life. For Kansans, the decision underscores the urgency and necessity of passing the Value Them Both Amendment on August 2 which will allow the people of Kansas to better protect women and preborn babies from the predatory abortion industry. The Value Them Both amendment is necessary after the Kansas Supreme Court declared abortion to be a virtually unlimited and unregulated right. This legal reality-no matter how welcome the United States Supreme Court might be-cannot overturn today’s decision. In a cruel and ironic twist, Kansans now find themselves in the unenviable position of facing an even more ominous future with the specter of unlimited, late-term, and taxpayer-funded abortions.”

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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