Roe’s Demise is Saving Babies

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Nov. 1, 2022                                         , 513-719-5813

The New York Times released a report indicating that abortion rates have dropped since the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. According to the report, citing the states that protect their tiniest citizens, “there were about 22,000 fewer abortions in July and August, compared with the baseline of April, before the decision.”

The report also noted an increase in abortion in states like New York and Illinois. However, the high number of babies saved resulted in a net of over 10,000 unborn babies protected. In other words, more women are seeking alternatives to abortion. More women are choosing life.

Brad Mattes, president of Life Issues Institute said, “The dark cloud of abortion until birth foisted upon America is finally being dispersed after nearly 50 years. We rejoice that so many babies were spared a brutal death at the hands of the abortion industry.”

Life Issues Institute also rejoices that women and men will be spared from the emotional and physical turmoil that often follows abortion. However, the fight for life is far from over. Dobbs has brought us one huge step closer to achieving our ultimate goal of protecting all innocent human life from fertilization to natural death. In a post-Roe America, pro-life education is more important than it’s ever been, and we will continue to educate the public and support families in need.

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