We are thankful for the recent 5-4 ruling from the Supreme Court in the NIFLA v. Becerra case that blocked a proposed mandate on pro-life clinics to post information about abortion services.
“Can the government impose and compel a faith-based ministry to proclaim a message that they are fundamentally opposed to do with the risk of being fined or shut down?” said Thomas Glessner, NIFLA president.
I find it interesting that the California attorney general said, “Information is power, and all women should have access to the information they need when making personal health care decisions.”
I have overseen the opening of two centers, both of which opened with licensed medical providers. The common occurrence within these centers was: If a woman presented who was confirmed to be pregnant and was considering abortion – we did our best to help her make an informed decision. That included discussing the current development of her child, as well as a simple clinical explanation of how abortions are done. (If you’re wanting to choose abortion, do you understand the procedure?) Short and long-term consequences were also shared.
The majority of these women, when kindly given these facts, opted not to choose abortion. Additionally, some who were already post-abortive, were unsettled to learn how perfectly formed their child was at 8 weeks, or 12 weeks … because they stated that, “When I was at Planned Parenthood last year, and this far along, they told me there was nothing really in there at this stage, just a blob of cells … but it was a baby…” and they would cry.
Don’t take my word for it. Educate yourself on what really goes on behind their doors. Those who have worked in the abortion industry will verify these deceptions. Check out compelling reading from a long-time Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson: Unplanned, and The Walls Are Talking – both available on Amazon.com.