Roswell, New Mexico City Council Votes for Resolution in Support of the Unborn

Roswell, New Mexico, the southwestern United States city famous for a 1947 incident that some claim involved an alien spaceship crashing to earth, has passed a resolution “in support of the unborn.”

The vote came the same week that the New Mexico state senate rejected a pro-abortion bill.

Roswell’s city council voted last Thursday in support of Resolution 19-28, known as “A Resolution in Support of the Unborn.”

The resolution states among other things that “each and every innocent human life is unique and precious to God,” “innocent human life must always be protected and preserved,” and that “the protection of all human life is important to the people of the City of Roswell.”

“… innocent human life, including fetal life, must always be protected and that Society must protect those who cannot protect themselves,” resolved the City Council, stressing their “opposition to any diminution by the New Mexico Legislature of the limitations on abortion.”

“Be it further resolved that the City Council honors the rights of healthcare providers to object on moral grounds to performing abortions and opposes any regulation or law seeking to violate that right.”

The pro-life group Abortion Free New Mexico celebrated the passage of the resolution, declaring that Roswell has become “a sanctuary city for the unborn.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski