Husbands Have no Right to Know of Abortion

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Husbands Have no Right to Know of Abortion

Bradley Mattes   |   November 08, 2016

If I had a dollar for every time Planned Parenthood called us pro-lifers “extreme,” I could buy that dream log cabin in my home state of Montana.  But who’s truly extreme?  The South Carolina Department of Health was proposing health and safety regulations that included getting husbands’ consent before women can have an abortion.  Does this sound like common sense to you?  Well Planned Parenthood went ballistic.  Vicki Ringer, their Director of Public Affairs, declared it — as you likely guessed — “extreme.”  Sadly, in 1992, the US Supreme Court ruled in the Casey decision it was an “undue burden” on women to simply inform their husbands of the abortion.  So, South Carolina officials didn’t have much of a choice but to drop the rule.  Now, this is what I call extreme.

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