Family Research Council

Baby Steps on the Abortion Rate


By Tony Perkins
February 19, 2014

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The abortion movement is losing more than people's support. A new study says it's also lost a big chunk of business. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. The next generation isn't just identifying as pro-life -- they're acting like it. According to the latest research from 2008-2011, there hasn't been a bigger drop of abortions since Roe v. Wade in 1973. Of course, liberals are bragging that birth control is responsible for the decline -- when conservatives have plenty of evidence to the contrary. Not only are more women deciding to keep their babies, but states have also passed a record number of parental notification laws, clinic regulations, and fetal pain bills. And you don't need a Gallup poll to show you what the March for Life just did: Americans, especially young ones, are increasingly pro-life. Combine that with the latest ultrasound technology, the results of abstinence education, and the work of pregnancy resource centers and it's easy to see why more Americans are choosing life.

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