New York Considering Legalizing Late-Term Abortions, Allowing Abortion Up to Birth

A radical new pro-abortion bill in New York would legalize abortions on viable, late-term unborn babies. In 1970, New York became one of the first states to legalize abortion, three years prior to Roe v. Wade. The law allows abortions up to 24 weeks for any reason, and later if the woman’s life is at risk. The new legislation being considered in New York would expand abortions by allowing women to abort their unborn babies up to birth. Slate reports the bill would allow late-term abortions when the unborn baby is diagnosed with…

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Her Abortion Was Botched So Badly it Left Part of the Baby “Putrefying” Inside of Her

Jane nearly died from an illegal, botched abortion prior to Roe v. Wade. And for that reason, she is fighting to keep abortion legal today. She and three other women who had illegal abortions prior to Roe recently shared their horrific abortion experiences in a video by The Scene, according to the Daily Mail. Jane, whose last name is not provided, said she had the abortion in 1968 after a man broke into her room, raped her and threatened to kill her. One horrifying event led to another when she…

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Court Blocks Woman’s Abortion Because Her Boyfriend Wants to Keep the Baby

In an unprecedented move, a Uruguay court allowed a father to protect his unborn child’s life by prohibiting the mother from having an abortion. The man’s ex-girlfriend is 8 weeks pregnant and wants an abortion; he recently petitioned a court to protect their child’s life by stopping the woman from getting an abortion, AFP reports . Abortions are legal up until 12 weeks in Uruguay. Federico Arregui, the man’s lawyer, told Uruguay reporters this week that the man would like to raise the child “independently of whether the mother was…

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Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, Passes Away: She Never Had an Abortion and Became Pro-Life

Norma McCorvey, who was the Jane Roe of the infamous Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court case legalizing virtually unlimited abortions, passed away today. McCorvey never had an abortion and eventually became pro-life and dedicated her life to overturning the horrible Supreme Court decision that bared her pseudonym. McCorvey died today at an assisted-living facility in Katy, Texas. She was 69. McCorvey never wanted an abortion — she was seeking a divorce from her husband — but young, pro-abortion feminist attorney Sarah Weddington used McCorvey’s case as a means of attempting…

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