DON’T BE CONFUSED BY FLIP-FLOPPERS:
At a forum in 2010 when asked about Roe v Wade, candidate Sheffield stated: “As a medical doctor, I would always side with the woman's right to choose, that should be her decision.”
Representative Sid Miller has been an unwavering leader for the defense of innocent human Life from fertilization until natural death, making the Pro-Life cause one of his top priorities since he was elected to office.
During the 2011 82nd session, in addition to sponsoring the landmark Sonogram Law, Sid successfully redirected $21 million away from the abortion industry to other more worthy health care programs. As a result of these defunding amendments, 13 abortion-affiliated clinics have closed in Texas. Sid earned the highest score (162%) on Texas Right to Life’s scorecard for his leadership for LIFE during the 82nd Legislative Session.
In 2003, Representative Miller also co-authored and voted for the Woman’s Right to Know Law. In 2005, Representative Miller protected parental rights by offering amendments requiring abortionists to notify parents of minors before proceeding with abortions on their daughters. He also voted to fund our state program for Alternatives to Abortion, helped pass a ban on third trimester abortions, and opposed measures to destroy human embryos.
Sid supports reform to the Texas Advance Directives Law that authorizes doctors and hospitals to stop medical treatment to ailing patients. Sid seeks to protect the rights of the disabled, dying, infirm, and elderly by restoring their right to direct their own health care decisions.
During his time in the State House, Sid consistently earned over 100% on the Pro-Life scorecard. He shares Texas Right to Life’s belief that innocent human life must be protected from fertilization until natural death, and we need him back in Austin for House District 59.
Sid Miller stands strong for LIFE; stand with Sid Miller in this crucial primary election!
Vote Pro-Life and re-elect Sid Miller on July 31st.
To help Sid, visit www.SidMillerForTexas.com
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