Washington D.C is Making Pro-Life Groups Hire Abortion Activists, They’re Refusing to Comply

by Kelsey Harkness  |  published on May 6, 2015


Hours after the Senate allowed a controversial anti-discrimination law to officially take effect in the nation’s capital, a group of pro-life organizations released a joint statement pledging to continue operating in accordance with their beliefs—thereby putting themselves at risk of violating the law.

“Despite the enactment of this unjust law, we will continue to hire employees who share our commitment to the dignity of every member of the human family,” reads the statement released by Alliance Defending Freedom, the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Americans United for Life and Americans United for Life Action, March for Life, Concerned Women for America, the Susan B. Anthony List, the Family Research Council and the Assoc. of Christian Schools International.

The law, called the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act, ensures that “individuals are protected from discrimination by an employer, employment agency, or labor organization, based on an individual’s or dependent’s reproductive health decisions.”

  • Jimmy Quick

    Obama probably wants to make them pay for these employees abortions too.

  • Retta

    First of all, have very strong policies, procedures and a good mission statement. Hire them, keep close tabs on them, document every move. When they step out of line, counsel them and have them sign that they were counseled. Counsel anyone who steps out of line so that there is no discrimination.

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