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  • Diane Sands
    commented 2020-01-20 12:01:25 -0500
    I think this is a very dangerous law, the state will be making parental decisions in place of the parents. I do not agree with these expanded abortion regulations in MA and no one should be assuming the parental role in this situation. As a nurse, I believe this is a barbaric procedure which offends my belief in the sanctity of Life and I would hope these legislators would be honest when they share the lie that a woman has a right to kill her baby up through and during the birth of her child! This is disgusting….Diane E. Sands RN BA ACM
  • MapMa
    commented 2019-06-05 13:28:29 -0400
    I sent these yesterday

    Thank you Harriette;

    I appreciate your response, I truly do, and your service as a voice for MA citizens.
    I need you to hear me, we do not want any expansion on abortion in MA. Especially denying life to those citizens born, when this barbaric procedure fails. Abortion is not birth control and with the Tremendous medical prevention that is available now to all, we need to end this outdated and unneccessary evil from our State and Country. Men and women have tremendous medical care and interventions available now that were not as available in the 1940 and earlier. Babies have the right to life and the medical community has no place providing harm.
    I expect MA house and MA Senate to reject the abortion industries expansion of the barbarism.
    It really isnt “difficult” to do the right thing.

    Margaret Devlin MSN, RN

    On Jun 4, 2019, at 12:02 PM, Chandler, Harriette (SEN) wrote:

    Dear Margie,

    Thank you for your email regarding my bill, S.1209, An Act to remove obstacles and expand abortion access, and H.3320, An Act removing obstacles and expanding access to women’s reproductive health, filed by Speaker Pro Tempore Patricia Haddad and Representative Jay Livingstone. This legislation removes existing bureaucratic barriers that impede a woman’s ability to work directly with her doctor to make reproductive healthcare decisions. I understand that this is a difficult issue, and both sides have very strong feelings on the matter. I will certainly keep your thoughts in mind as it works its way through the legislative process.

    While I am the sponsor of S.1209, I want to thank you again for weighing in on this issue. I appreciate hearing from my constituents on matters that concern them. Please do not hesitate to contact my office, should you have any additional questions, comments, or concerns. For more information on issues affecting our district and the Commonwealth as a whole, please follow me on Facebook and Twitter.
    State Senator
    First Worcester Distri