Like all pro-lifers, I was ecstatic when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Forty-nine years of prayer and witness by millions of Americans had finally born fruit. Thanks to the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, individual states are now empowered to prohibit and otherwise regulate abortion.

But is that really good enough?

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Paul ROBERTS

Mr. Voltz, I have challenged you multiple times and you NEVER take up the challenge...why not? You started this editorial with , "like all pro-lifers..."

As a pro-lifer myself, I've pleaded with you to take up my challenge of you stating why you aren't fighting for migration issues, housing issues, health care issues, equal rights (women, transgender, gay/lesbian), anti-war, anti-proliferation of war materials..., but you NEVER do.

You're simply a pro-birther...definitely NOT a pro-lifer IMO. Please don't mischaracterize yourself in your editorials by stating your a pro-lifer. BTW....you're pro-birth multiple editorials and absence of pro-life editorials lead me to belief you're simply a republican supporter attempting to "hide" your beliefs behind a pro-life supporter which I have strong suspicions you truly are not.

Jack McKinney

We can’t even pass an equal rights amendment for women, so I don’t think this idea is going to fly…oops, I just said a mouthful!

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