State Rep. Steve Carra, of Three Rivers, today issued the following statement after the United States Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade:
“As a pro-life warrior, I applaud the Supreme Court for overturning the egregious Roe v. Wade decision and returning the practice of legislation to the states. Roe v. Wade had no basis in the Constitution, and I am proud of playing a role in its end with my amicus curiae brief. For those who claim this is anti-woman, I ask you to ponder how many great women were killed in the womb before they had the ability to go on and do great things. For those who say Black Lives Matter, how many great African American minds were robbed from society through abortion? The time for action is now and I ask the governor to come to the table to pass laws that protect the lives of our unborn children. My bill, HB 6270, the Protection at Conception Act, is the appropriate legislation for our state at this critical juncture in time.
Thursday, June 30th I voted NO on HB 5291 (Rep. O’Malley) would create a Maritime and Post Facility Assistance Grant Program for the expansion and creation of public and private ports within the state and creates the Maritime and Port Facility Assistance Office within the Michigan Department of Transportation. EXPLANATION: This bill will create more […]
For far too long, the government has felt a need to intrude in the lives and homes of everyday Americans. Two of the largest problems that I have seen in Lansing are a willingness to solve issues by infringing on rights and that politicians seem to reward failure for action within various departments. With these problems in mind, I decided to draft and submit two bills yesterday during session that seek to pull back the government from invading God-given rights.