Arizona House Honors Day of Tears to Remember Lives Lost to Abortion
- State Representative Shawnna Bolick honored the Day of Tears
- It’s to be a national day of mourning, remembrance and honor for the innocent lives lost to abortion
- Bolick encourages citizens to lower their flags today
- Over 62 million of babies have died through abortion
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“It’s about remembering that abortion hurts.”
STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – The Arizona House of Representatives today honored the Day of Tears, a national day of mourning, remembrance, and honor for the innocent lives lost to abortion. A legislative proclamation, sponsored by State Representative Shawnna LM Bolick, was read aloud on the House floor recognizing January 22 as the Day of Tears in Arizona and encouraging citizens to lower flags on that day.
Representative Bolick remarked the following in support:
“Over 62 million souls have perished due to abortion. One third of Generations X and Alpha, are gone because Roe v. Wade legalized ‘choice.’ The State of Arizona has continued to be recognized for valuing life and a champion for the preborn. The Day of Tears seeks to take that fateful date and turn into one which causes our nation to reflect. The Day of Tears is not about shame. It is about remembering that abortion hurts. Loss is real, and life has value. I will continue to fight for the unborn and for a culture of life. We can change hearts and mind, one heartbeat at a time.”
A copy of the legislative proclamation is attached.
Shawnna LM Bolick is a Republican member of the Arizona House of Representatives serving Legislative District 20 in Maricopa County. Follow her on Twitter at @Bolick4Arizona.