This means the House will never vote on the Senate bill!The Senate bill will be deemed "passed". This morning Steve Lynch said, "It would really call into question the credibility of the House". This afternoon he voted for it.
There is a distinct possibility that some democrats who voted to allow Slaughter will vote "no" on Sunday. Besides Lynch, Neal, Capuano, and Tierney have been mentioned. Breaking: as of 6:37 pm, Lynch told CBS News that he will vote against the bill on Sunday.
In November, our calls on Friday and Saturday produced results. Please keep at it!
I'll be in DC on Friday and Saturday. The National Right to Life Board meeting is Saturday. I'll visit all the MA congressional offices tomorrow to let them know how we feel. I hope the phones will be ringing off the hooks while I am there.