BATON ROUGE, La. -- Senate Concurrent Resolution 38 (SCR 38), designating January 22, 2022 as the Day of Tears in Louisiana, passed the senate yesterday unanimously.
Sponsored by Senator and President Pro Tempore, Beth Mizell, (R-Franklinton), SCR 38 encourages the citizen of Louisiana to lower their flags in remembrance of those who have been lost to abortion. Louisiana joins Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi as the latest state to consider adopting the Day of Tears.
"We are grateful to Senator Mizell for her leadership and advocacy on behalf of the unborn," said Anne Fitzgerald, Day of Tears Executive Director. "Thank you to the Senate for recognizing of the importance of setting a day aside for Louisianans to mourn and honor those whom have been lost before they had a chance to experience Life outside the womb."
Day of Tears is a 501(c)(3) committed to the lives of the preborn. It is their goal to have flags lowered across the nation on January 22, in remembrance, honor, and mourning for the over 62 million lives that have been lost to abortion. More information can be found at www.dayoftears.com.
SOURCE Day of Tears