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Pro-abortion Gov. Sisolak stoking fear, hoping that Nevadans do not notice he is advocating for abortion for all nine months of pregnancy 

by | Jul 1, 2022

By Melissa Clement, Executive Director of Nevada Right to Life

Editor’s note. Nevada’s pro-abortion Gov. Steve Sisolak has issued an executive order ostensibly “protecting” out-of-state women seeking an abortion and abortionists from prosecution. In fact there is no change to Nevada law following the Supreme Court’s June 24 overturning Roe v. Wade.

Pro-abortion Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak
Photo: Gage Skidmore

Governor Sisolak‘s Executive Order 2022-08 on abortion is nothing more than political theater at the expense of women.

Governor Sisolak is stoking fear and gaslighting women to distract from a failed term as governor. 

There is no change to Nevada law after the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v Jackson. Governor Sisolak knows it, yet he can’t let a good “crisis” go to waste. He is hoping that Nevadans do not notice that he is advocating for abortion for all nine months of pregnancy for any reason or no reason. He did not address whether he is encouraging minor girls to come unaccompanied by a parent for a secret abortion. He is acting as chief marketing officer for Planned Parenthood and the Abortion Lobby by helping them import victims for the abortion industry at huge profit in what he hopes to make Nevada, an abortion tourism destination. 

Nevadans wish Governor Sisolak would spend his energy, passion, and the resources of our state on the serious issues Nevadans face, like a shortage of baby formula, high gas prices, a housing crisis, and an educational system that is 50th in the nation. Governor Sisolak is trying make the womb the most dangerous place in Nevada.

All of this while exploiting women in their most vulnerable and tragic time. Nevada deserves more. Women deserve more.

Nevada Right to Life is the statewide affiliate of National Right to Life Committee, the nation’s oldest grassroots pro-life organization. 

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