Woke Capitol is more woke than ever.

If you recall, our team found nearly 100 bills containing the term “gender identity.” What does that mean? Democratic leadership realizes that the full Equality Act doesn’t have enough support. That is in heartfelt thanks to many of you who have helped stall that dangerous bill with your prayers, taking action, and financial support!

Now, Democratic leadership has employed their backup plan: force through the tenets of the Equality Act piece-by-piece. In many ways, this is even more dangerous because there are so many bills to keep track of that touch nearly every area of law.

For instance, just this week, the House passed the Appropriations Bill for the Departments of Labor, Health, and Education that includes Equality Act language. Specifically, this language could punish or deny federal grants to faith-based child welfare providers that hold Biblical beliefs about marriage and biological sex.

But that’s not all. For the first time in nearly 45 years, House Democrats eliminated the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits taxpayer dollars paying for abortion. House Democrats also eliminated the long-standing Mexico City policy, meaning taxpayers will be forced to fund abortions overseas.

We are thankful 208 House Republicans fought back and called for a vote to include the Hyde Amendment, but their effort was opposed 208 – 217. Now, all eyes are on the Senate to determine if taxpayers will be forced to pay for the deaths of preborn children.

If you haven’t spoken up to save the Hyde Amendment yet! Sign our petition HERE.

Speaking of the Senate, you’re probably hearing a lot of talk about the Infrastructure package. This week, the Senate voted to move this legislation forward in the process- without being able to read the text of the bill. Yes, you read that correctly- they’re moving forward a bill that the Senators haven’t seen! Our team will be monitoring this major piece of legislation (once they finally have the language!) for impacts on important family values.

This week, the Senate Armed Services Committee also voted to add an amendment to the big “National Defense Authorization Act” (NDAA) that would require women to register for the draft. It’s another misguided proposal from DC that not only demeans, but also erases women.

Family Policy Alliance and the alliance of state-based family policy councils released a joint statement in response and will continue to oppose this amendment as the NDAA heads to the full Senate floor for consideration.

Now Woke DC is canceling Rosie the Riveter? Men and women are equal under the law and equally made in the image of God, but Woke DC has an agenda to erase any differences between men and women. Insisting that women need to be drafted in order to fully participate in our nation’s defense demeans women who have kept our country safe and on track on the front lines in our manufacturing plants and labor force, with our families, and by their voluntary service in the armed forces.“To win a war but have no American families left at home would be doing the enemy’s job for them…


Read our full response HERE.

Now, Representatives and Senators head back to their states for August break, which means we’ll all get a break from the steady stream of “wokeness” in Congress. And, hopefully they will be reminded of how real America feels about the issues at stake today.

However, the Biden Administration has been hard at work implementing a radical agenda through administrative action—getting around doing the hard work of the legislative process. Be assured, we will continue to watch, respond, and bring believers together to take action when the Administration attempts to write rules that harm life, religious freedom, and families.

Thank you for your ongoing support and prayers!

The Family Policy Alliance Team

Today, the House Appropriations Committee will vote on the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education funding bill. Democrats want to use this bill to force taxpayers to fund abortions.

In May, the Biden Administration released their proposed budget. The budget purposely eliminated the longstanding, bipartisan Hyde Amendment that prevents your taxpayer funds from paying for abortions.

Today, the Democratic-led Appropriations Committee is following suit by pushing through a funding bill that repeals the life-saving Hyde Amendment. Republican members will be offering key amendments to right this wrong and include the Hyde protections.

To date, the Hyde Amendment has saved at least over 2.4 million children. We must do everything we can to ensure this life-saving protection remains in the Appropriations bill- just as it has for over 40 years!

The Democrats’ agenda is clear, but once again shows they are out-of-touch with America. Most Americans do not believe that families should be forced to give their hard-earned money to fund elective procedures that end human life made in the image of God.

What can you do?

Be sure to sign the I Identify as a Human from Conception petition today, and if your U.S. Representative serves on the House Appropriations Committee, he or she will receive a copy before they vote. They need to understand that Americans do not support forced funding of abortions when they consider whether to vote yes or NO on the funding bill that would gut the Hyde Amendment!

Sign the I Identify as a Human petition HERE!

Thank you for doing your part in protecting the lives of preborn children in America!

For Life,

Nicole Hudgens
Government Affairs

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It’s not enough that the Biden Administration and their allies in Congress are taking every opportunity to appease their Big Abortion funders. Now they want you to fund their radical abortion agenda.

In May, the Biden Administration released their proposed budget. But the most interesting thing about the budget wasn’t what was in it—but what was missing from it.

The Biden budget eliminated the longstanding, bipartisan Hyde Amendment that prevents your taxpayer funds from paying for abortions.

Now, the Democratic leadership in the House is following suit by releasing a funding bill that repeals the life-saving Hyde Amendment.

Their agenda is clear, but once again shows how out-of-touch they are with America. The majority of Americans do not believe that families should be forced to give their hard-earned money to fund elective procedures that end human life made in the image of God.

It’s time to take a stand.

As Congress launches full-force into their budget process, we know the fight to save Hyde (and the millions of babies saved because of the Hyde Amendment) will be an uphill battle.

That’s why we’re asking you to join us by signing a petition to the Biden Administration and the U.S. House and Senate, stating:

I identify as a human from my conception to natural death.

Calling abortion “health care” is deeply offensive to those of us who identify as humans from conception because abortion is a violent act toward the mother and child.

Forcing taxpayers, including those of us who identify as humans from conception, to fund the violent act of abortion, is discriminatory and the Hyde Amendment must be restored.

The Biden Administration and their congressional allies say that giving taxpayer money to abortion entities is a “cost-saving” measure—not to the taxpayer, but to Planned Parenthood! Our human dignity should not be devalued so that Planned Parenthood can line their pockets.

Read the petition and sign here.

The Biden Administration and their allies in Congress clearly have an agenda to drive forward abortion at every opportunity. It’s time for Americans to take a stand against an agenda that has cost hundreds of thousands of human lives every year. To put it in perspective, it is reported that the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to the deaths of over 370,000 Americans last year. Abortions in the U.S. took the lives of about two times that number in 2020.

The Biden Administration and their allies may have an agenda, but they need to hear from us that:

  1. We will not stand for the taking of innocent human life, and we will not pay for it.
  2. Public rhetoric calling abortion “health care” and forcing Americans to pay for it is deeply offensive and discriminatory to all who identify as human from the moment of conception.

Be part of changing the narrative—and the public policy—when it comes to the abortion debate.

Sign the I Identify as a Human petition HERE!


Autumn Leva
Vice President, Strategy



P.S. Please share the “I Identify as a Human” petition on social media to spread the word & use the hashtag #HumanSinceConception to post about why you signed!

P.P.S. By the way, the news isn’t all bad! There are strong leaders in the House and Senate fighting to save the Hyde Amendment—such as House and Senate leadership including Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA-23), House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (KY). Importantly, Rep. Jim Banks (IN-03), who chairs the largest conservative caucus in the House, is leading an effort of 200 Representatives who pledge to oppose any funding bill that eliminates or weakens the Hyde Amendment! We need to pray with them and stand with them. They’ve asked us to help spread the word, so please sign the petition here!

Take action now: please click here to ask your member of Congress to uphold the pro-life Hyde Amendment and related protections.

Did you get a chance to see our live video today? If you didn’t, we’ve made the recording available here, and across all our social media platforms. In recognition of the 48th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, pro-life advocate Christina Bennett and policy expert Stephanie Curry discussed the history of Planned Parenthood, the impact of abortion on minority communities, and what you need to know TODAY to take action.

Get to know Stephanie and Christina:

Stephanie Curry

Stephanie Curry, Esq. serves as Policy Manager for Family Policy Alliance. She frequently lends her policy expertise to state and national policy discussions and has provided commentary on a variety of news outlets including Fox (Tucker Carlson) and the Christian Broadcasting Network.

Christina Bennett

Christina Bennett serves as Communications Director for the Family Institute of Connecticut. Prior to working for FIC, Christina worked as the Client Services Manager for a Connecticut Pregnancy Resource Center. Christina has testified before Congress in favor of the Hyde Amendment, protecting taxpayers from forced funding of abortion and countering a false narrative that the Hyde Amendment is “racist.”  She is a speaker with Ambassadors International and a writer for Live Action News.


Watch the video recording here:

One of the most compelling parts of the discussion came when Stephanie reminded us that Planned Parenthood was rooted in racist, eugenics-based ideas – so much that Hitler was inspired by Planned Parenthood’s founder when he pursued his own horrific actions.

Stephanie reminded us, “We’ve been down the road of eugenics. We’ve been down the road of using birth control and abortion to eliminate certain populations and people groups. And it doesn’t end well. It’s a horrendous, horrific thing where the world suffers when our people – our children – are eliminated.”

Thankfully, for decades the federal Hyde Amendment has prevented federal government dollars from funding abortion. But as Stephanie pointed out, some in Congress want to remove or weaken those protections, allowing federal government dollars (tax dollars!) to fund abortions.

Stephanie rightly called this “absolutely a disgrace,” adding, “That’s not care. That’s not a choice. Genocide is not a choice.”

What can you do to help? Please take one minute to ask your member of Congress to certify that he or she will not vote to weaken or remove the Hyde Amendment.

As Christina added near the end of the video, “Being pro-life has to be more than just a position that you hold. People say to you, ‘Are you pro-life?’ ‘Yes, I am pro-life, no I’m not pro-life.’ Well, it has to be more than a position that you hold. It has to be an action that you take.”

Will you take action today by contacting your member of Congress?

For life,

Meridian Baldacci
Policy and Communications Strategist