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Tell Your Senators to Push Back Against the Pot Lobby

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Big Marijuana has already taken over Colorado and other states, and now the pot lobby has descended on D.C. in full force. Please ask your senators to actively oppose the SAFE Banking Act (S. 1200)

Thank President Trump for Declaring Churches to be Essential

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President Trump has declared that all states should consider churches to be 'essential' and allowed to open. Take a moment to thank him for taking this stand in defense of religious freedom.

Tell Congress to Just Say NO to Legalizing Marijuana

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Congressional representatives have been asked to indicate whether they will support a bill legalizing Marijuana. Please contact your Representative and ask them to NOT support this dangerous legislation!


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Nearly 3 out of 4 Americans now strongly oppose dangerous late-term abortions after 20 weeks.[2]

70% of New Mexicans oppose abortion after 5 months, up-to-birth.[3]

There have been documented deaths of New Mexico women resulting from dangerous late-term abortions.[4]

An overwhelming majority of Americans oppose removing medical care from a viable child after birth.[5]

Among pregnant girls 15 and younger, 60-80% were impregnated by an adult male.[6]

There are document cases of young women—who became pregnant through rape, incest, or sexual assault—being taken to an abortion facility by their abuser.[7]

In 2019, over 98% of the 25,000 calls to the Governor’s Office were in opposition to the radical abortion up-to-birth bill, House Bill 51.[8]

In 2019, House Bill 51 was soundly defeated in the New Mexico Senate with bipartisan opposition from Democrats and Republicans.[9]