End Barbaric New Abortion Laws


The state of New York just passed one of the most barbaric abortion laws in U.S. history, essentially making it legal to abort a baby at any stage of pregnancy, up to the moment of birth. It even removes legal protections for babies born alive from botched abortions.

Now other states are trying to do the same thing.

We’ve assembled our legal team to fight back:

We are preparing to send records demands under state sunshine and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) laws to expose exactly how involved Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry were in pushing this new law forward.

We’re looking for every possible way to challenge the law under New York statutes.

We’re mobilizing to ensure that these new laws cannot be used to target pro-life doctors and nurses and force them to perform abortions.

Finally, we’re examining other legal angles as other states look to pass similar laws.

Stand with us to protect these precious babies before it’s too late.

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