Keeping up with European Countries

Extreme pro-abortion activists and the abortion industry have been true to past form, they’re channeling Chicken Little and declaring that the sky is falling, claiming any the reversal of Roe v Wade will cause the deaths of countless women.

The reality is it places our nation in closer alignment with the abortion laws of most European nations.

Contrary to gaining Chicken Little status with the reversal or Roe, a recent analysis of abortion law in 50 European nations reveals a truer picture:

  • Nearly all the nations limit abortion before 15 weeks.
  • Most of them limit abortion to 12 weeks.
  • No European nation allows abortion throughout pregnancy like the US.

More than two-thirds of the world does a better job protecting their most precious renewable resource – unborn babies – than the US has. That is about to change!

America is one of only seven countries that allowed legal abortion throughout pregnancy. We have been in the company of nations like China and North Korea.

The nation’s liberal elites often point to Europe as leaders for advancing a progressive world. This is one case where the comparison would be positive and expose the need for America to moderate its abortion laws.

Life Issues Institute fully lauds the Supreme Court’s ruling to abandon Roe on the ash heap of history where it belongs.

The Supreme Court’s past obsession with viability should never have been a benchmark. Viability isn’t a distinction of humanity but merely the milestone of man’s ability to sustain life outside the womb.

Roe’s demise simply gives states the right to enact laws that protect all its citizens, including the unborn. It does not make abortion illegal throughout the nation.

Together we can do this!

For the babies,

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