Lucas Receives A+ Rating from Susan B. Anthony List on Pro-Life Record
Cheyenne, OK – Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) received an A+ rating on the Susan B. Anthony List National Pro-Life Scorecard, their highest rating, for his pro-life record during the 117th Congress.
“I am honored to receive an A+ rating from the Susan B. Anthony List for my support for pro-life policies during the 117th Congress,” said Congressman Lucas. “Throughout my time in Congress, the safeguarding of the fundamental right to life has and will always be one of my highest priorities. I’m grateful for the tireless work Susan B. Anthony List does to protect the lives of the unborn, and I look forward to continuing to support pro-life legislation, always fighting for life.”
“With the Supreme Court poised to decide the Dobbs late abortion case, potentially returning abortion policy to the people and their elected representatives, the life issue will be front and center in this year’s midterm elections,” said Hon. Marilyn Musgrave, SBA List’s vice president of government affairs. “In contrast to Republicans who are more united than ever in support of life, nearly all congressional Democrats support the radical Biden agenda of abortion on demand up to birth, well past the point when unborn children can feel pain, and even infanticide. Our National Pro-life Scorecard reflects that record. The overwhelming majority of Americans reject pro-abortion extremism. They deserve to know where their elected officials stand so they can hold them accountable and elect a pro-life majority to Congress this November.”
Lucas has long defended the lives of the unborn and infants, including by cosponsoring the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act, joining an amicus brief signed by more than 220 Members of Congress supporting the State of Mississippi in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and by sending a letter to Congressional Leaders opposing Congressional Democrats’ efforts to repeal the Hyde Amendment and other pro-life provisions in appropriations.