Today, Personhood USA officially named me as a national spokeswoman for Personhood USA. I’ve been testifying on behalf of Personhood USA before legislatures across the country, and I’ve represented the organization as a spokeswoman at these hearings on Personhood Amendments and Personhood bill, but now it’s official! I’m proud to be on the right side of history. Personhood Amendments lay the foundation for Roe v. Wade to be overturned because they address the key ruling in Roe. The Court basically issued a directive in it’s ruling — that if states want unborn children to be afforded their 14th Amendment right to life, due process and equal protection, then unborn children must be recognized as “persons in the full legal sense.” Personhood Amendments do just that. How hypocritical would it be for a state to argue that unborn children should have a right to life, when their own state has not even made the effort to pass a Personhood Amendment, recognizing unborn children as person in the full legal sense? And the beauty of Personhood is that there are no exceptions, no discrimination. Please visit my Personhood page for more information.