Women's Scoop neck-- Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness for ALL Humans Born and Unborn

The heather blue t-shirt is made of 60% high spun cotton and 40% polyester. Which gives a more comfortable softer and feel to those wearing them in all sizes. Show your prolife patriotism with this shirt! Heather navy blue ladies' scoop neck, with "Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness for ALL Born and Unborn" printed in red lettering with Statue of Liberty graphic in white.
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