Activists Help Pay for Patients’ Travel to Shrinking Number of Abortion Clinics


AUSTIN, Tex. — The young woman lived in Dallas, 650 miles from Albuquerque, but that was where she would have to go for an abortion, she was told. New state regulations had forced several of Dallas’s six abortion clinics to close, creating weekslong waiting lists. By the time the woman could get in, she would be up against the Texas ban on abortions after 20 weeks’ gestation.

Note the horrifying picture -her husband and baby look on as she arranges for the death of another child


very sad indeed that women have their children killed and dismembered before birth.If you did that after birth it would be infanticide. Such a technical society we live in.


True, unfortunately.


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