Every day, American children are the subject of a dangerous – and potentially deadly– medical experiment. The experiment involves stopping the natural progression of puberty, introducing cross-sex hormones, and potentially removing or preparing to remove healthy body parts.
Among the potential long-term side effects? Sterilization, and even higher rates of suicide.
This is not medicine; this is manipulation, malpractice, and abuse.
That’s why we at Kansas Family Voice are so grateful for the work of our friends in Arkansas who successfully got the first-in-the-nation Save Adolescents from Experimentation (“SAFE”) Act into law! This law protects minors from these dangerous medical experiments, while leaving open real health care options.
JOIN US LIVE today at 1 PM ET as we discuss the SAFE Act and what YOU can do to help protect children!
Ending Experimentation on Children:
Introducing the Arkansas SAFE Act
TODAY, April 13, 2021
1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 11 AM MT / 10 AM PT
Join Kansas Family Voice CEO Craig DeRoche for an engaging conversation with Arkansas state Representative Robin Lundstrum (House sponsor of the SAFE Act) and Jerry Cox, President of Arkansas’s Family Council! Get the inside scoop on Arkansas’s groundbreaking new law, hear the TRUTH about this critical issue, and learn what YOU can do NOW to protect children!
A little about our guests:
Rep. Robin Lundstrum, the House sponsor for the SAFE Act, is an alumna of Family Policy Foundation’s Statesmen Academy, an elite training program for Christian legislators. In addition to her public service, Rep. Lundstrum is a local small business owner, holds a doctorate in Health Sciences, and was formerly an assistant professor at John Brown University. She has been the recipient of awards from both the Family Council (AR) and the Little Rock Division of the FBI!
Jerry Cox is President of Arkansas’s Family Council, which he founded in 1989. He has led successful efforts in Arkansas to prevent the use of public funds for abortions, define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and pass the Arkansas Adoption and Foster Care Act. He and his wife reside in Little Rock and are the parents of four sons. We are grateful for our friendship with Family Council!
We hope you can join us for this important conversation.
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Policy and Communications Strategist