nearvideo Texas mayor loses the attempt to make his city a sanctuary city for the unborn
The Mineral Wells city Council vote, the anti-abortion-regulation for the city.
A North Texas city has decided not to ban abortion in a surprising movement.
Mineral Wells mayor Christopher Perricone wanted a regulation, which passed similar to that of another Texas border town, that would make the city a “sanctuary city for the unborn.” But when he asked the city manager to add an Element to the Tuesday city Council agenda, the city attorney advised the Council members to the abortion ban were reported to be in conflict with the Federal law, FOX 4.
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Perricone got the idea of Wascom, in East Texas, the of a regulation to make organizations that perform abortions or assist in obtaining from you, such as planned Parenthood, “criminal organizations”.
The Council in Mineral Wells voted to go 5-2 against the forward, with opponents saying it had nothing to do with politics, but only wanted to pay the city for a lawsuit.
Mineral Wells mayor Christopher Perricone on Tuesday evening, the city Council meeting where his application to the city to be a refuge for the unborn is failed.
(Courtesy of Mark Lee Dickson)
And after the vote was taken, was admitted to the public to give its input. The debate was heated on some of the points for and against the proposal.
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“Mayor, I dare you to tell me, you own my body as my rapist. As I said to my rapist,” said Villa Isabela. They joined groups like the Texas Democratic women, the Progressive Democrats of America, League of United Latin American citizens, the Mineral Wells Area Chamber of Commerce, against the mayor of the proposal.
But the majority of the participants supported the anti-abortion-regulation.
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“Who knows what blessings the Lord is waiting to pour on an entire city that is, for which values It the most of all of His creation—human life?”, Christy Dorr, a resident said, running a pregnancy resource center. “I’m afraid, today, came, lose friends and stir up trouble for me and my family. But I was reminded of this, and I would like to remind you, the citizens of Mineral Wells is this from Romans 8:31 If God, who can be against us?”
Mineral Wells, Texas is located just one hour West of Fort Worth.
(Courtesy of Mark Lee Dickson)
She was together with groups such as the right to life of East Texas, Texas right To life, and the National Black Pro-Life coalition.
Although Mineral Wells currently has no abortion clinic, Perricone said his goal was not, it is known that the city confirmed, with a population of less than 17,000, of abortion.
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“If we believe we are now in the Position, that life begins at conception, that is our task as representatives of the people, to protect that life,” said the mayor, “then I have the feeling that we need to have the strongest stand possible.”