October 21, 2022


Every innocent life is precious and worthy of protection. That is something Louisiana Family Forum is committed to defending. 

That is why we are concerned that the LA Department of Health is considering adding an specific exceptions to Louisiana’s abortion ban under the “medically futile” category, which in the practice of medicine is discernible by physicians without a "hit-list" of conditions. 

I spoke to the local media about growing a list of exceptions to the Louisiana abortion ban. “We were not excited about this list. I think it creates – as any illustrative list does – winners and losers, and there are always unintended consequences in doing that.”

Similarly, our friend at Louisiana Right to Life Benjamin Clapper said, “We know that it is a heartbreaking situation, and we know people who have been through similar circumstances who have chosen to carry the baby to term. Sometimes the child can live much longer than the medical diagnosis predicts. We are certainly not making light of this in any way. It’s a heroic thing to love that child until the end.”


BATON ROUGE, LA - Louisiana Attorney General is calling on the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to not include the COVID-19 vaccination on the list of child immunizations. The State’s chief legal officer slammed the ACIP for two votes taken at the October 2022 meetings this week, which occurred prior to public comment.

“This action denies parents the freedom to determine whether to accept an experimental vaccine,” said Landry.

“The COVID-19 vaccine does not provide the same protection against life threatening illnesses. Instead, it could put more kids at risk instead of protecting them which is the purpose of the VCF,” added Attorney General Landry. “The CDC should not be treating kids in low-income households as lab experiments; nor should pharmaceutical companies.”

“Given the lack of need for kids to obtain the vaccines and their lack of effectiveness, adding the COVID-19 vaccine to childhood immunizations amounts to… a payout to big pharmaceutical companies at the expense of kids and parents,” wrote the attorneys general.


Joining Attorney General Landry in his letter to the CDC are the attorneys general of Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South Carolina, Texas, Oklahoma, and Utah

See the full press release here.


“The court got Roe right nearly 50 years ago and I believe the Congress should codify Roe, once and for all,” said President Biden at a Democratic National Committee event this week.

Biden claims that if Democrats win control after the midterm elections, he will prioritize codifying Roe v. Wade into federal law. 

If Democrats take control, Biden said, “here’s the promise I make to you and the American people: The first bill I will send to the Congress will be to codify Roe v. Wade. And when Congress passes it, I’ll sign it in January, 50 years after Roe and it will be the law of the land.”

Pray for Joe Biden to return to God!

Join me in assuring that Roe never returns, go to LouisianaVoterGuide.org and see who reflects your values!


Friends, remember that some elections are won by just a handful of votes! Something to remember is that traditional values are often under-polled when discussing likely voters' traditional sentiment. Many Christians, out of concern for their audience, breach of privacy, and uncertainty of pollsters, will not candidly share their opinions with pollsters. Keep that in mind if you come across a neighbor who questions whether their vote will make a difference!

In His Service,

Gene Mills
Louisiana Family Forum

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