It is the woman's right to choose - vote pro-choice on November 3rd, 2020

It is not up to a state or a representative to decide what a woman does with her body

Lubbock, Sep 24, 2020 ( - I will be making a statement on this issue at 6:00pm Friday, September 25th, Since Dustin Burrows for Texas, Representative John Frullo, and Senator Perry has since attacked the city of Lubbock by asking Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope to enact an ordinance in Lubbock banning abortions, entitled sanctuary cities for the unborn via Mark Dickson.

Which is definitely going Against the United States Supreme Court Ruling in Roe V Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey, and then these representatives are breaking the Supreme law and costing the city of Lubbock funds to hire a lawyer to do research on this ordinance, and if enacted will cause millions of dollars in tax-payer money to go toward legal fees for years to come, making everyone's property taxes go up.


"Our current representatives do not care about the people, they do not care about you, and they certainly do not care about the women in Lubbock County or people's rights. I plan to take a stand to block corruption, to block lawbreakers, and to stand for the people, as we make a stand and state that this is unconstitutional, and we will stand for what is right."


"It is not up to a state or a representative to decide what a woman does with her body, it is not up to a neighbor to tell a woman what to do with her body."


"It is the woman's right to choose - vote pro-choice on November 3rd, 2020, vote for common sense, and take a stand for your rights - vote Addison perry-franks - democrat for texas hd83 and let's take back texas for the common people, vote yourself a voice!"


I Will be at this event and will be making a broadcast to the news media about the shameless acts of Mark Dickson, and our current representatives. and how I and the group[ Texans Against Abortion Bans, will fight this to make sure it is not passed in Lubbock County.


Join me there live, with news, and media when I make an official statement about this situation.


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