HARRISBURG – Pro life and pro family groups are urging Pennsylvanians to contact their state senators as they return to Harrisburg this week to vote on and approve House Bill 2050 – the Down Syndrome Protection Act. PA Family Institute President Michael Geer says the bill, which passed the PA House earlier this year by a veto-proof majority, would ban the abortion of unborn children diagnosed solely with Down Syndrome. Gov. Tom Wolf said he would veto the measure. Due to medical advancements, babies born with Down Syndrome today can live to be 60 and beyond. State senators will be back in session today, and will only have a handful of days left to finish the 2017-2018 legislative session. You can get more information at pafamily.org/action/.