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Illinois Federation for Right to Life Statement on the passage of SB25

The passage of SB25 is a wake-up call for all individuals in the State of Illinois who believe in the sanctity life.  This extreme legis...

June 20, 2019

Yes, pro-abortion research confirms, the Hyde Amendment does save lives

Yes, pro-abortion research confirms, the Hyde Amendment does save lives
Pro-abortion Democrats have always hated the Hyde Amendment. It sent a clear signal that taxpayer dollars would not go to underwrite elective abortions—a position supported for decades by opinion polls—and took away at least two million customers from the likes of Planned Parenthood—resulting in two million saved babies.

Writing at the pro-abortion site Vox.com, Anna North tells us that they received an advance copy of research published Wednesday in the Journal BMC Women’s Health. You could know the results ahead of time simply by looking at the authors—“ researchers at Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH), a group at the University of California San Francisco.”

North tells us the study provides “up-to-date research on what actually happens to pregnant people when they want an abortion but their insurance won’t cover it.” The researchers “surveyed pregnant women in Louisiana on whether they had ever considered abortion. For those who considered the procedure but didn’t have one, researchers asked if lack of Medicaid coverage was part of the reason why.”

Not surprisingly, the answer is yes! North writes

“Based on the women’s responses, the researchers estimated that about 29 percent of Louisiana women who would have had an abortion if Medicaid covered the procedure instead chose to give birth. … They also estimated that lack of Medicaid coverage leads 3,000 women to give birth every year who would otherwise choose abortion.”

North notes, “Abortion opponents see preventing the procedure as a positive thing.” Ah, yes, millions of fewer dead babies is a good thing.  Click here for more.