In memory of Baby Indiana – why we need to stop “The Mother’s Act”

This heartwrenching video about Baby Indiana, born with breathing problems caused by her mother taking the antidepressant Effexor during pregnancy, points people to the Unite For Life website. The video is a photo documentary of the problems leading to the death of this beautiful baby girl.

The purpose of the insidiously named “Mother’s Act” is to screen all pregnant women, all new mothers, and all infants from birth, for “mental health” problems. The only remedy the psychs have is these horrific drugs like Effexor, which cause birth defects and death. The underlying purpose of the Mother’s Act is for Big Pharma to sell more drugs.

Join with Unite for Life and with CCHR to help prevent passage of the Mother’s Act. Do it now, before they rush this through Congress.

3 Responses to In memory of Baby Indiana – why we need to stop “The Mother’s Act”

  1. Marie Gale April 22, 2009 at 9:24 am #

    This is horrific! The idea that pregnant women and new mothers could be forced to take drugs which could harm them and their babies is appalling!

  2. Fred July 4, 2009 at 12:57 pm #

    Your link to “Unite for Life” leads to “” which is a bad link (note the “v” instead of the “f”).

    The working link is

  3. Jere Matlock July 4, 2009 at 9:58 pm #

    Thanks. I will fix that now — done!

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