Family Council Action Committee Launches Decline to Sign Campaign, Offers Anti-Abortion Info Online

Supporters of the Arkansas Abortion Amendment of 2024 are gathering petition signatures to place the abortion measure on the November General election ballot.

They need 90,704 signatures of Arkansas voters by July 5 for the amendment to be eligible for placement on the ballot for a statewide vote. 

Arkansans can help stop this amendment by joining Family Council Action Committee’s “Decline to Sign” campaign. 

When you join the “Decline to Sign” campaign, Family Council Action Committee can also send you flyers and placards you can use to oppose the abortion amendment.

You can join the “Decline to Sign” campaign at

You can download free flyers and placards from as well.

Group Raises $7K+ for Arkansas Abortion Amendment in January

Reports filed with the Arkansas Ethics Commission last week show the organization promoting the Arkansas Abortion Amendment raised $7,640 in January. The group currently has $21,250 at its disposal for the abortion amendment campaign.

Arkansans for Limited Government is backing the abortion measure. If passed, the amendment would write abortion into the state constitution, allowing thousands of elective abortions in Arkansas every year.

The measure prevents the Arkansas Legislature from restricting abortion during the first five months of pregnancy, and it contains sweeping health exceptions for abortion throughout all nine months.

It nullifies all state laws that conflict with the amendment — putting basic restrictions like parental consent and informed consent requirements in jeopardy and threatening to erase medical licensing standards for abortionists.

Arkansans for Limited Government is working to collect nearly 91,000 petition signatures to place the abortion amendment on the ballot, but several pro-life groups are working to disqualify and defeat the amendment.

Family Council Action Committee recently formed a ballot question committee to stop the measure.

Choose Life Arkansas — which is made up of pro-life leaders from across the state — has also formed a campaign to defeat the amendment.

NWA Coalition for Life recently filed a Statement of Organization announcing it will work against the abortion amendment. The group includes pro-life leaders from the Northwest Arkansas area.

And Arkansas Right to Life is leading a Decline to Sign campaign encouraging voters not to sign petitions for the amendment.

Articles appearing on this website are written with the aid of Family Council’s researchers and writers.