The House of Representatives will finally cast its first votes on the pro-abortion health care reform bill this weekend. After a fluid process that saw dates repeatedly pushed back, the first chance pro-life advocates will have to stop the abortion funding bill will come Saturday night. That means pro-life advocates need to continue turning out phone calls and emails to lawmakers every day until all of the votes have ben cast. Two steps remain before lawmakers will actually take a vote on the pro-abortion health care bill itself, HR 3962. First, the House must vote on the Manager’s Amendment, which is an amendment to make changes to the bill, and it does not include any limits on abortion funding.