Joe Carter: “Fifteen states are considering banning abortions after the twentieth week of pregnancy. Two states—Kansas and Nebraska—have already passed such a measure, while the one in Iowa is currently working its way through the state legislature.”

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4 thoughts on “Fifteen States Considering Banning Abortion After 20 Weeks of Pregnancy”

  1. Truth Unites... and Divides says:

    This is good news!!

  2. Steve says:

    I just got back 10 minutes ago from an ultrasound appointment with my wife. We saw our second child in the womb at 18 weeks gestation. 2 weeks won’t make a difference in his or her personhood!

    Nevertheless, I am pleased at this news. There are many reasons I prefer not to be an American but at least in that country there is the political will to address the abortion issue. As a Canadian there is very little of that here.

    I hope this legislation passes because some lives can be preserved.

    -Steve, Winnipeg, Canada

  3. Terry says:

    It should happen in Oklahoma soon. A bill banning abortion at the time a pre-born child can feel pain (20 weeks) is in the process of passing in the state legislature. Our pro-life governor is expected to sign it into law.

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