Life Issues Institute lauds the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey

Andrew   |   June 24, 2022

June 24, 2022
CONTACT: Kate McAuliffe, 513-729-3600

“At long last Roe has been relegated to the ash heap of history where it belongs,” said Bradley Mattes President of Life Issues Institute. “The horrors abortion has inflicted upon our nation are incalculable. Roe will be regarded as one of the most unjust and inhumane Supreme Court rulings in our nation’s history.”

Contrary to the beliefs of many Americans, Roe’s demise does not automatically end abortion throughout the United States. It returns authority to duly elected state legislatures to pass protective common-sense legislation supported by the majority.

We have reason for much optimism because the pro-life movement’s strength lies in its grassroots abilities. With the reversal of Roe, several states already protect or significantly defend their most precious natural resource – unborn children.

We celebrate that the brutality against America’s unborn babies can end in many states.  Millions of innocent children will be saved from the violent and hideous act of abortion while their parents are spared the devastating emotional aftermath that often follows.

We rejoice!

For requests to interview Brad Mattes, use contact information above.

 Life Issues Institute is dedicated to changing hearts and minds of millions of people through pro-life education. Organizations and individuals around the world depend upon Life Issues Institute to provide the latest information and effective tools to protect innocent human life from fertilization to natural death.




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