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Texas Aborts 21-Week or Older Unborn Babies at Rate of More Than One Per Day

by Terence P. Jeffrey, CNSnews:

In Texas–where the state house is now considering legislation to prohibit abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy–abortionists terminate the lives of unborn babies who have reached at least the 21st week of gestation at a rate of more than one per day.

Each year, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention publishes an “Abortion Surveillance” report, providing statistics on the abortions performed in 46 states, plus the District of Columbia and New York City. (California, Delaware, Maryland and New Hampshire do not provide the CDC with their abortion statistics.)

The latest “Abortion Surveillance” report was published in November 2012 and covers the abortions performed in 2009.

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2 comments to Texas Aborts 21-Week or Older Unborn Babies at Rate of More Than One Per Day

  • Jonathan

    If you hit a pregnant woman with your car and her and her baby die you will be charged with two murders. If a woman has a late term abortion she walks free. The losers in the American government could not be more brain dead.

    • NaySayer

      If you cannot understand the difference between a woman who wants to be pregnant being hit by a car and losing her wanted pregnancy and a woman being forced by big governmemt to bear a child she doesn’t want and that may kill her, then you are very very ignorant. But then most of your type sees women as a walking vagina & uterus with no other value. She is nothing, only her ability to bring sons into the world matter for these weird throwback to medievalism.

      Big government christians are behind these attempts to use big government taxpayer dollars to force their religious agenda on everybody. It is anti-american

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