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With abortion arguments at Supreme Court, we finally have the opportunity to right the wrongs of Roe

We finally have an opportunity to correct the Roe wrongs with the Supreme Court’s abortion arguments

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America has enjoyed the bitter fruit of Roe v. Wade, which was nearly 50 years ago. Abortion has resulted in the loss of more than 62 million lives and many other injuries. In the intervening years, there has been a growing and organised opposition to abortion-on-demand. Dobbs against Jackson Women’s Health Organization,And the Supreme Court can now make right all the wrongs. Roe.

On January 24, 1974, the March for Life was established in Washington, D.C. It now gathers tens to thousands of Americans each year in a public demonstration for unborn children and their mothers. Over the past years, millions of Americans marched for the right to life to speak out on behalf of the voiceless and the least fortunate, as well as the vulnerable and the unborn. The March’s steady growth is perhaps the most tangible sign that Roe is not settled law. 

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Scientific progress is a major reason why there has been an increase in public support for unborn children and their mothers. The fatal flaws found in Roe are clearly exposed.This law allowed for abortion during nine months of gestation. 

The understanding of human life as it begins at conception has been improved over the years by science and technology. We now know, for example, that an unborn child’s heart is actively beating around the fifth or sixth week. Pain receptors begin forming around the seventh week. The babies are able to suck their thumbs and feel pain by week 15. 

Thanks to medical advances, preterm babies can now survive outside their mother’s womb much earlier than ever before. These scientific advancements and others informed Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act, the law at issue in Dobbs. 

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Not only does Mississippi’s law limiting elective abortion after 15 weeks align with new scientific insights, it is in line with the laws in Europe where countries are often considered much more progressive than the U.S. Most European countries limit elective abortions at 12 weeks. According to research by the Charlotte Lozier Institute, 47 of 50 European countries either ban elective abortions entirely or restrict them to 15 or less weeks. As one of the few countries worldwide that allows elective abortion after twenty weeks, the United States is an outlier along with China or North Korea.

Also, the public supports restrictions on Roe abortions. doesn’t allow. A large majority (76%) of Americans consistently say they want abortion limited to – at most – the first three months of pregnancy. This is confirmed in poll after poll. 

These are all factors that contribute to our growing support of life. In the end, however, life will prevail because of our common belief that every human life begins at the womb and is an irreplaceable gift.

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Skin color and disability status don’t have any bearing on the intrinsic dignity of each human being. What matters most is that all life is precious.

It’s far past time for the Court to let us pass laws that reflect these values. 

Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life.

Source: FoxNews.com

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