Dave Morgan “Proud” of Endorsement from Group That Supports Criminalizing Abortion
Dave Morgan has spent much of his life in Battle Creek and served as the Pennfield Charter Township supervisor.
By Main Street Sentinel Staff
With the repeal of Roe v. Wade, a 1931 Michigan law—now the subject of a court battle—could come back into effect and would make abortion in Michigan a felony, in which women and doctors could face up to four years in prison for obtaining or providing the procedure.
Dave Morgan, who is running to represent the 44th District in the Michigan State House, is endorsed by Right to Life of Michigan, which supports the enforcement of the 1931 law—even in cases of rape and incest.
“I am proud to have their support,” Morgan said of Right to Life of Michigan. “And I look forward to working to protect life in Lansing.”
Representative Jim Haadsma called the 1931 law “draconian” and has pledged to make abortion a constitutional right in Michigan.
Morgan has spent much of his life in Battle Creek and worked for Amtrak for 25 years. Prior to that, he served in the US Air Force. He also served as the Pennfield Charter Township supervisor.