Pro-abortion Illinois state representative Dan Didech (D) wants to prohibit the state government from paying for public employees to travel to pro-life states for work. Didech supports legalized infanticide, voting for the radical Reproductive Health Act in Illinois, which removed all limits on abortion and would allow for infanticide.
According to Capitol Hill News, “Rep. Daniel Didech, from Buffalo Grove, proposed legislation Thursday that would prohibit the state from requiring staff to travel to states with laws effectively banning abortion or requiring investigations into the cause of a miscarriage. It would also bar the government from reimbursing an employee for travel to one of those states.”
This is what the state of Illinois just voted to allow happen. I dare one person to try to prove to me that a partial-birth abortion (D&X) is ever necessary. pic.twitter.com/W6EOUADTgt
— Kristan Hawkins (@KristanHawkins) June 1, 2019
Didech is of course carrying water for the abortion industry. Having been an Illinois resident for 23 years, I can tell you that no Democratic, and most Republican, legislator actually ever wants to limit government spending…
I am proud to support Planned Parenthood Illinois Action and could not be more thrilled to serve in a legislature with a super-majority of pro-choice representatives!
Didech and his views are outside of the mainstream of Americans, and especially Millennials, who favor limits on abortion. A poll conducted by our Institute for Pro-Life Advancement found:
7 of 10 Millennials support limits on abortion through specific policies like parental notification, limiting abortions later in pregnancy like at 5 months of pregnancy, and opposition to government funding of abortion.
Only 7 percent shared the position of the Democratic Party Platform – abortion without any exceptions and funded by tax dollars.
More Millennials than not support Roe’s reversal. Asked directly about support for overturning Roe and returning abortion to the states, 41 percent supported Roe’s reversal.
65 percent of Millennials support the right to vote on abortion-related policy and want a voice on abortion policy
56 percent of Millennials, oppose selling Chemical Abortion drugs on-line or dropping the requirement for a physical exam because of the risks to women.
By about a 3 to 1 margin (48 percent to 17 percent), Millennials said they preferred that their tax monies went to Federally Qualified Health Centers rather than the abortion giant, Planned Parenthood.
51 percent said that they opposed Roe, when they understood it allows for abortion through all 9 months of pregnancy
You can read the full results here.