The pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute released a report in April, which was just updated on May 18, showing what the organization claims are “devastating” pro-life proposals.

Pro-lifers celebrated the passage of these proposals in legislatures across the country, with Catholic University of America professor Dr. Michael J. New, who wrote on Twitter, “.@Guttmacher has an update about state level pro-life progress! -70 state level pro-life laws have been passed -14 states have enacted at least 1 pro-life law -10 states have enacted gestational age limits. 2021 is turning out to be a banner year for pro-lifers!” 

 

The Guttmacher report notes, “To put those figures in context, by the same date in 2011—the year previously regarded as the most hostile to abortion rights since Roe was decided—58 restrictions had been enacted, including seven bans.” 

Guttmacher focused on the state of Texas, writing that with its new Texas Heartbeat Act being signed into law, it “has enacted 24 abortion restrictions in the past decade, a number that would increase to 25 with the enactment of the six-week ban.” 

The news of more pro-life laws is a sign of relief to pro-lifers, while anti-life extremists are running scared now that their cash cow (abortion) is dwindling away with every new law enacted.

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Edward F Gehringer
Edward F Gehringer
1 year ago

Good to see that Michael New has been hired by an esteemed academic institution. I believe he left Alabama some years back and then got hired by U-M Dearborn. At CUA, he will be in a much better position to influence policymakers.

PlumLady
1 year ago

Pelousi is evil personified. She is probably an atheist in her black heart.

Scotty
Scotty
1 year ago

Joe is still president, and soon Commala will be even worse. Banner year? The year is not over.

Paul Otts
Paul Otts
1 year ago

Well, how about that? A banner year for pro-lifers? Now if we could just get a banner year for real men and real women.