Texas Provides Information to Protect Women

Here’s another reason I love the people of Texas.  They’re looking out for women who are vulnerable to the abortion industry.  The Texas Health and Human Services Commission issued a revised booklet called A Woman’s Right to Know.  It provides information on fetal development, pregnancy and parenting resources and possible risks of abortion.  This must be given to women at least twenty-four hours before they have an abortion.  What has pro-abortion activists and the abortion industry in a tither is the well-documented evidence abortion may impact a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.  Thirty-four world-wide studies going back to the fifties support such a link.  Abortionists won’t give women this information because they might lose a paying customer.  They want to keep women in the dark, so many thanks to Texas for helping protect women.

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