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Award-winning poet Roderick Falconer recites his haunting poem, “The Sex Life of Fire,” in which he eloquently describes the brutal and chilling reality of an abortion as you’ve never heard it before. Watch the video, take the poll, share and comment below.
Among a majority of his political party members, Montana’s Senator Jon Tester recently voted AGAINST a GOP Senate “Born Alive” bill that would have required doctors to attempt life saving procedures on a child who was born alive after an attempted abortion.
Senator Jon Tester recently voted AGAINST a bill that would allow babies born alive after abortion to receive life saving medical care. Do you believe these values represent the people of Montana?
No 94%, 15 votes
15 votes - 94% of all votes
Yes 6%, 1 vote
1 vote - 6% of all votes
Total Votes: 16
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Watch Senator Sasse who joined Martha MacCallum to discuss his Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which received a bipartisan majority in the Senate but was blocked by a Democratic filibuster, including Jon Tester.
“Great Falls received 12 out of a possible 100 points by the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights organization in its sixth annual Municipal Equality Index report that assesses LGBTQ equality issues in 506 cities nationwide, giving the Electric City the lowest score of eight cities graded in Montana.”
“Billings and Kalispell got 18s, Whitefish got a 38, Butte Silver-Bow received a 42, Bozeman received a 59, Helena got a 60 and Missoula received a perfect score of 100. The national average was 57. Montana’s average was 43.” Read more… Leave your reaction, then share and comment below.
“The Department of Public Health and Human Services hosted a public hearing on Thursday regarding the proposed changes, which would no longer require transgender people to provide a court order saying their sex was changed by a surgical procedure. The rule change also adds a definition of “intersex.”
DPHHS said the change would bring Montana into line with other states. Those who supported the measure said it would reduce barriers for transgender and intersex people while opponents said it’s a matter that should be decided by the Legislature.” More….