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Abortion Bans Have Saved at Least 32,000 Babies From Abortions

Abortion Bans Have Saved at Least 32,000 Babies From Abortions –

A new national analysis finds abortion bans have saved the lives of over 32,000 babies from abortions so far, and the figure is likely higher. Births have increased in every state with an abortion ban as the lives of children are valued more now than before.

Dobbs was no pyrrhic victory: tens of thousands of lives have been saved from abortion – LifeSite

The pro-life movement has faced setbacks. But one fact remains: Babies are being born who would have ended up in dumpsters behind abortion clinics. Abortion activists mourn this fact. We should celebrate it.

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Is a baby only real if he is wanted? Please, choose life! Chris Hammett is a pro-life blogger (Abolitionist Arise) and 40 Days for Life participant joining millions in praying for an end to abortion and for Personhood from conception until natural death. She is a prayer partner with ProLife Action Ministries. She lives in Central Florida and has been married for 40+ years. Owen Osvaldo (O.O.) is their first grandchild. She previously worked as a graphic and web designer with Empower Creative Services LLC. She is currently practicing wildlife photography. The photography page of this site features some of her images from Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive.

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