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We’re not even halfway through the year yet, and state legislatures have already introduced over 500 pro-life laws. So far, 61 laws have been passed across 13 states, according to the Guttmacher Institute, which was once associated with Planned Parenthood as their research arm and often tracks such legislation. We may have the most pro-abortion administration in our nation’s history in President Joe Biden, and a Democratic controlled Congress, which won’t even consider legislation protecting babies born alive from failed abortions. Such legislation previously failed in the Senate, thanks to pro-abortion Democrats. That being said, the states are at least not letting the pro-life movement, and more importantly, the unborn, down.
This legislation has the pro-abortion movement, however, terrified. As it should. The Guttmacher Institute, which tracks such legislation, noted that “If this trend continues, 2021 will end up as the most damaging antiabortion state legislative session in a decade—and perhaps ever,” as part of a press release. In all honesty, the Guttmacher Institute is an invaluable source on abortion legislation trends.
Since January, there have been 536 abortion restrictions—including 146 abortion bans—introduced across 46 states.
A whopping 61 of those restrictions have been enacted across 13 states, including 8 bans. #StopTheBans