January 13, 2021 | From One News Now
Carol Tobias, who leads National Right to Life Committee, says there is excitement because rookie lawmakers who are proudly pro-life number at least 45 in the House. . . .
Lost among President Donald Trump’s loss was huge gains Republican candidates made on Election Day in the Democrat-led House. . . . .
The 117th Congress began this week with 27 pro-life male freshmen and 18 pro-life female freshmen, all of them Republicans, Lifenews.com reported.
According to Tobias, the pro-life Republicans will have work to do thanks to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The liberal lawmaker is an outspoken pro-abortion Democrat who wants to repeal the Hyde Amendment, which would allow tax dollars to pay for abortion, among other pro-abortion plans. . . .
(Excerpt from One News Now. Article by Charlie Butts. Photo Credit: Getty Images.)