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Pro-Life Fridays

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Earlier this week, the Arkansas State legislature upheld a ban on abortions after 20 weeks, overriding a veto from the Arkansas Governor.  One of the details in the ban is the exception for cases of rape and incest.  Most Americans who consider themselves pro-life in the area of abortion almost by default accept exceptions in legislation that restricts or outlaws abortion.  But why?  Are exceptions justified? 

We will talk to some courageous women today who have seen rape up close and personal and also have conceived children through rape.  Please listen to their stories as they seek to share with others the message that rape-conceived children are no less disposable than any other conceived child.

Join us for some pointed and personal questions we'll ask from our guests:

Pyper Grogg, a teenager who was raped and conceived her son.  She and her family have just concluded a court battle with the rapist, who was claiming custory of the child.

Angela Grogg, Pyper's mother, who has taken on the enormous task of finding justice for her daughter and grandson.

Anna Richey, a woman who was a child raped repeatedly by her stepfather gave birth to a daughter at age 13. 

Do not miss their stories as we contradict the 'exceptions' language in pro-life legislation today.

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