Abortion debate: Heartsill hears a “Who”

Abortion debate: Heartsill hears a “Who”

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In the book “Horton Hears a Who” Dr. Seuss once wrote, “A person is a person no matter how small.”

In this powerful speech during debate over abortion on April 5, State Rep. Greg Heartsill quotes not just Dr. Seuss, but also science, the Supreme Court, the Bible, and the Declaration of Independence in asserting the personhood of every child, no matter how small, from the moment of conception.

Though lack of support forced Heartsill to withdraw his amendment to define life at conception, video of his poignant words can be seen below:

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