"Now that the Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act is law, unborn babies prenatally diagnosed with Down syndrome are given a shot at life" the group's president, Mike Gonidakis, said in a statement Friday.
"They don't like the process because they don't have enough legislators in the General Assembly that support their point of view. That's their real argument," he said. "Elections have consequences. There's a supermajority of pro-life Republicans in the House and Senate. They need to get to the ballot box and advocate for their candidates and then they might see a different change in the Legislature that would be more sympathetic to their cause."