A major win for life-affirming legislation has just occurred in Florida, highlighting the urgent need for a party like Family First to stand up for family values in Australia.

Recently, Florida's Heartbeat Protection Act was passed by the Florida House of Representatives and has now been signed by Governor Ron DeSantis.

The bill, which enjoys widespread support, prohibits most abortions after a baby's heartbeat is detected at six weeks of pregnancy.

Family First welcomes this news and commends Florida for its leadership in championing the rights of the unborn.

This significant milestone underscores the importance of having strong voices for family values in the political sphere.

If politicians in Florida could make this bold move, it is evident that Australia needs a party like Family First to put people into Parliaments who will advocate for similar life-affirming legislation.

The Heartbeat Protection Act reflects the scientific fact that unborn babies are human beings with beating hearts at six weeks' gestation.

It also highlights the consensus that these vulnerable children deserve protection. The bill has a compassionate approach, providing $25 million in support for mothers and saving tens of thousands of lives directly by protecting babies from abortion violence.

Family First is committed to promoting the sanctity of life and supporting mothers and families in Australia.

We believe that our nation can learn from the success of the Heartbeat Protection Act in Florida and strive to create a future where every life is valued and protected. So, we ask our fellow Australians to join us in supporting Family First as we raise a strong voice for family values. Together, we can work towards a brighter future for all Australians, where every heartbeat is cherished and protected.