Bill to Secure Blessings of Liberty Passes South Dakota Senate

pregnantA bill urging Congress and the President to secure the blessings of life and liberty for our posterity passed the South Dakota Senate today on a 28-7 vote.

HCR 1005 encourages congress and the president to recognize the right to life acknowledged by the Declaration of Independence, the first American organic law found in the United States Code, and that this right should be preserved for our unborn children or “posterity” as stated in the preamble of the United States Constitution.

The bill passed the South Dakota House on Jan. 24 with a 54-11 vote.

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Four of the seven voting against it in the South Dakota Senate were Republicans: Senator Deb Soholt of Sioux Falls, Senator Larry Tidemann of Brookings,  Senator Craig Tieszen of Rapid City, and Senator Mike Vehle of Mitchell.

Begalka Yea Bradford Nay Brown Yea
Buhl O’Donnell Nay Curd Yea Ewing Yea
Frerichs Yea Heineman (Phyllis) Yea Holien Yea
Hunhoff (Jean) Yea Jensen Yea Jones (Chuck) Yea
Jones (Tom) Yea Kirkeby Yea Krebs Yea
Lederman Yea Lucas Yea Maher Yea
Monroe Yea Novstrup (Al) Yea Omdahl Yea
Otten (Ernie) Yea Peters Yea Rampelberg Yea
Rave Yea Rhoden Yea Soholt Nay
Solano Yea Sutton Yea Tidemann Nay
Tieszen Nay Van Gerpen Yea Vehle Nay
Welke Nay White Yea

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Bob Ellis has been the owner of media company Dakota Voice, LLC since 2005. He is a 10-year U.S. Air Force veteran, a political reporter and commentator for the past decade, and has been involved in numerous election and public policy campaigns for over 20 years. He was a founding member and board member of the Tea Party groups Citizens for Liberty and the South Dakota Tea Party Alliance. He lives in Rapid City, South Dakota with his wife and two children.
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