Let’s not kid ourselves. Abortion restrictions work. They have large, rapid effects and save tens of thousands of lives from the cruelty of murder in the womb.
Don’t downplay the important role that legislative and educational efforts are playing in the long-term decline of the U.S. abortion rate.
We can’t prove (yet) that pregnancy help is the main thing driving the drop in abortion numbers in the United States, but it is certainly a chief candidate for study.
The data appears to contradict the idea that either abortion rates remain constant or maternal mortality rises when legal abortions are prohibited.
The assertion that 56.3 million abortions occur worldwide annually is highly improbable and unprovable, besides four and a half times the actual documented data available.
Rep. Gwen Moore uses the abortion industry’s bad statistics in an attempt to absolve Planned Parenthood of its crimes against poor, black women.
Two studies that claim providing long-term contraception such as IUDs reduces births and abortions lack essential data and gloss over negative side-effects.
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