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INDEPENDENCE, OHIO, May 14, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) –  The top state lobbyist for the unborn in Wisconsin, Matt Sande, was interviewed by LifeSite Vice President Gualberto Garcia-Jones recently. In early March, they spoke at the Bringing America Back to Life convention about the need to protect preborn babies through a Constitutional amendment guaranteeing their personhood.

Sande and Pro-Life Wisconsin work tirelessly to ensure personhood protection for the unborn. “Personhood is so foundational to the pro-life movement because a person is simply a human being with rights,” he told Garcia-Jones. And life begins “at the moment of conception.”

Sande, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, says that this definition of personhood is the basis of the pro-life argument. He also mentions that abortion cannot be defeated if there are “explicit exceptions in the law denying equal protection.”

Sande argues that many “state supreme courts are finding rights to abortion in their state constitutions out of thin air” but that pro-lifers need to have the goal of “personhood, because in the end you’re either a person or you’re property.”

To watch all the other interviews LifeSite conducted at the convention, click below.

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Pro-life priest: Joe Biden has spent most of his career pushing anti-life policies

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