Marshall Receives "True Blue" Award for Perfect Pro-Life & Pro-Family Voting Record

February 12, 2020
Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Yesterday, Family Research Council Action President Tony Perkins awarded Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., the organization’s “True Blue” award, for his 100% voting record on conservative, pro-life, and pro-family legislation.

“I came to Congress to represent traditional Kansas values and I will forever remain rock solid in the fight to protect life and uphold faith, family, and freedom. As a Christian father of four children and two grandchildren, who’s delivered over 5,000 babies, these issues are deeply personal to me,” said Rep. Marshall. “It is an honor to receive the True Blue Award from Family Research Council in recognition of my advocacy for conservative family values.”

Family Research Council Action President Tony Perkins made the following comment:

“We thank Rep. Marshall for voting to defend and advance faith, family, and freedom. As a 'True Blue’ member, he voted 100% on FRC Action's Scorecard, including to reinstate the Mexico City Policy that prohibits taxpayer funding of abortion overseas and end taxpayer funding of fetal tissue research. He voted to reject the radical gender ideology that would overhaul our federal civil rights framework to mandate special privileges for sexual orientation and gender identity. He voted to protect women, the military, homeless shelters, and public restrooms from this harmful ideology. He also voted to expand protections for conscience rights, reject the increasing acceptance of marijuana use, and confirm pro-life, originalist judicial appointments.

“Kansans should be encouraged to know that they have a champion like Rep. Marshall in Congress, who has consistently stood up for life, family, and religious liberty, helping to defeat many bad pieces of legislation while the Trump administration and many state legislatures have been advancing pro-life, pro-family, and pro-religious liberty policies,” concluded Perkins. 


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