Insurance company demands couple abort baby with cystic fibrosis, refuses coverage

By Sarah Terzo An article in the Christian Century tells of the following: “CAN WE FORECAST a connection between genetic discrimination and selective abortion? Yes. A couple in Louisiana had a child with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder leading to chronic lung infections and excruciating discomfort. “When the wife became pregnant with the second child, a …

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Abortion providers ask US Supreme Court to send Texas’ Heartbeat Law back to pro-abortion federal judge

By Dave Andrusko Abortion providers have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to expedite their challenge to the Texas Heartbeat law by taking it out of the hands of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals and giving it back to the federal judge, U.S. Judge Robert Pitman. The Heartbeat law–Senate Bill 8–protects unborn children whose hearts …

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Pennsylvania Abortion Total Increase by 1,105

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The number of abortions in Pennsylvania increased in 2020 by 3.5% according to the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, the Keystone State affiliate of National Right to Life. Statistics released by the Pennsylvania Department of Health show 1,105 more abortions occurred in 2020 compared to 2019. In all, 32,123 abortions took place in 2020—a …

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Pro-choice author admits women are “surprised” by feelings of loss after abortion

By Sarah Terzo According to pro-choice author Miriam Claire, who wrote an entire book defending abortion: “Some women are surprised by the depth of their feelings of loss after an abortion, and they assume responsibility for this grief through a sense of guilt, because their choice to have an abortion brought about the loss.” Miriam …

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Abortion wounds women, forsakes fathers, undermines families, and weakens society

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The world is flat. People are property. Tobacco is harmless. Like many other long-held but misguided beliefs, over time these ideas were proven wrong. Consequently, people and societies function differently, in light of what we’ve come to know to be true. Let’s consider another strongly held belief: …

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Taking shortcuts with women’s health is nothing new for the abortion industry

Moreover “the recent decision by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to ease up on restrictions for the abortion pill is a great start. ” This illustrates perfectly how taking shortcuts with women’s health is nothing new for the abortion industry, indeed it is its stock and trade. Those “restrictions”—seeing the abortionist in-person— before swallowing …

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Leading international abortion provider admits 1 in 20 women have fragments of baby/placenta left inside them after medical abortion

By Right to Life UK Marie Stopes Australia has admitted that over 5% of medical abortions it provides fail to complete, meaning that 1 in 20 women have fragments of the baby and/or placenta remaining in their uterus following a medical abortion. These women will then require further treatment to prevent ongoing bleeding and infection, …

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The Abortion pill served as “a form of penance, a way of grappling with her ambivalence over any kind of abortion”

By Sarah Terzo In an article in the Washington Post, author Hanna Rosin quotes abortion provider Kathy Rogers saying []: [RU-486 is] not just a pill; it’s a process. And it’s not going to be fast or easy or simple. Rosin discusses why some women choose to undergo chemical abortions, even though they are so …

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Former abortionist describes first trimester surgical abortion

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Anthony Levatino, who performed over 1,000 abortions before becoming a pro-life advocate, describes a first-trimester suction aspiration abortion: “The baby has a heartbeat, fingers, toes, arms, and legs, but its bones are still weak and fragile. The abortionist takes a suction catheter… It’s clear plastic, about 9 inches long and it …

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No one explained she’d deliver a tiny baby, her baby into a toilet, an image she would never be able to unsee.

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The two red lines sent her into a state of panic. A call to Planned Parenthood confirmed she need not come in for an examination.  A tele-med appointment would now suffice. And it would cost less. Within an hour, the prescription was ready. Two little pills would …

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A failed or incomplete abortion means much more than additional cost or inconvenience.

It could mean a woman scrambling to find the nearest emergency room to stop the bleeding or some place to surgically complete her abortion. It may leave her wondering whether her child is still alive and whether she can do anything to halt or reverse the abortion process. Read the full story.

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