Moro, Arkansas, Joins List of Pro-Life Cities and Counties Across The State

Above: City officials in Moro sign a resolution affirming that Moro is a Pro-Life City.

Last week the City of Moro, Arkansas, in Lee County passed a resolution affirming that the community is Pro-Life.

The resolution received unanimous support from the city council.

Moro joins a growing list of Pro-Life cities, towns, and counties across Arkansas.

Last spring the Arkansas Legislature passed Act 392 of 2021 by Rep. Kendon Underwood (R – Cave Springs) and Sen. Gary Stubblefield (R – Branch). This good law affirms that cities and counties can designate themselves as Pro-Life.

Act 392 also makes it clear that Pro-Life Communities can install signs or banners announcing that they are Pro-Life.

Since Act 392 was enacted over the summer, Arkansas has seen a rapid expansion of Pro-Life Cities and Counties across the state.

Washington, Benton, CrawfordCleburnePopeJacksonSalineFaulknerPerrySebastianLee, White, and Prairie counties have adopted Pro-Life resolutions — and so have MariannaRussellville, Springdale, and LaGrange.

Public opinion polling consistently shows Arkansans are pro-life. That’s one reason we’re seeing so many communities vote to adopt resolutions affirming that they support the sanctity of human life.

If you would like to learn how you can pass a pro-life resolution in your community, give us a call at (501) 375-7000 or click here.

Prairie County Quorum Court Adopts Pro-Life Resolution, Resolves to Protect Life “From Conception Until Natural Death”

Photo Credit Justice Rick Stallings, Prairie County.

On Tuesday night the Prairie County Quorum Court adopted a resolution affirming that the county is Pro-Life.

Prairie County is Arkansas’ seventeenth Pro-Life Community.

Earlier this year the Arkansas Legislature passed Act 392 of 2021 by Rep. Kendon Underwood (R – Cave Springs) and Sen. Gary Stubblefield (R – Branch). Act 392 is a good law that affirms that municipalities can designate themselves as Pro-Life.

Act 392 also makes it clear that Pro-Life Communities can install signs or banners announcing that they are Pro-Life.

Since Act 392 was enacted over the summer, Arkansas has seen a rapid expansion of Pro-Life Cities and Counties across the state.

Washington, Benton, CrawfordCleburnePopeJacksonSalineFaulknerPerrySebastianLee, and White counties have adopted Pro-Life resolutions. So have the cities of MariannaRussellville, and Springdale as well as the Town of LaGrange.

As public opinion polling has shown time and again, Arkansans are overwhelmingly pro-life. It should not come as any surprise that communities in Arkansas would vote to adopt resolutions affirming that they support the sanctity of human life.

If you would like to learn how you can pass a pro-life resolution in your community, give us a call at (501) 375-7000 or click here.

LaGrange, Arkansas Affirms It Is Pro-Life

On Thursday the Town of LaGrange in eastern Arkansas passed a resolution affirming it is a Pro-Life City.

LaGrange is located south of Marianna in Lee County — both of which have passed resolutions affirming that they are Pro-Life as well.

This year the Arkansas Legislature passed Act 392 of 2021 by Rep. Kendon Underwood (R – Cave Springs) and Sen. Gary Stubblefield (R – Branch). Act 392 affirms that municipalities in Arkansas can designate themselves as Pro-Life.

Arkansas has added several Pro-Life Communities since last spring — including Washington, Benton, CrawfordCleburnePopeJacksonSalineFaulknerPerrySebastianLee, and White counties.

The City of Mariana, the City of Russellville, and the City of Springdale have passed resolutions affirming that they are Pro-Life as well.

Public opinion polling shows that the vast majority of Arkansans believe abortion ought to be either completely illegal or legal only under certain circumstances.

Arkansas is a firmly pro-life state, so it makes sense that communities like LaGrange would vote to affirm that they are Pro-Life.

If you would like to learn how you can pass a pro-life resolution in your community, give us a call at (501) 375-7000 or click here.