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Women Kicked to the Curb

Bradley Mattes   |   April 07, 2016

The Michigan House passed a bill to protect women from being pressured or coerced into having abortions.  So wouldn’t you think there’d be unanimous support in the legislature?  Not so fast.  The vote pretty much followed party lines, with most Republicans supporting the bill.  Pro-abortion members of the Michigan House, like other pro-abortion politicians, oppose anything showing abortion in a negative light.  They said the bill wasn’t necessary.  However, one study shows over sixty-percent of women report receiving pressure or coercion to abort.  This is one of the reasons we’re winning the battle over abortion.  Gradually, Americans are becoming aware of just how radical and out of the mainstream pro-abortion politicians and activists are.  It’s abortion-on-demand without apologies.

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