Pro-Abortion Blowout Warning for 12 States in November: ‘The Church Needs to Engage’

Updated: June 20, 2024 at 10:16 am EST  See Comments

The right to life is back on the ballot, with up to 12 states expected to vote on whether to legalize abortion – including gruesome late-term and partial-birth abortions. 

Current polls suggest pro-lifers could lose these ballot battles. Advocates like Chelsey Youman with Human Coalition are calling for the church to step up and help support the right to life. 

“We have to understand that the church needs to engage more than ever on this issue,” said Youman. “We are losing on every front.” 

Despite bans in 14 states after the fall of Roe V. Wade, the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-abortion policy group, reports abortion hit its highest rate in 12 years, in 2023. Youman says a main contributor is easy access to the abortion pill via mail. She also flags a growing pro-abortion coalition with deep pockets contributing to the increase in abortions. 

“The abortion rate was over a million children (last year),” said Youman. “And 65% of that is done by the chemical abortion pill.”

Last year, Ohio, Michigan, and California were the first to legalize abortion with voter referendums adding an amendment to their state constitutions, guaranteeing abortion procedures. 

This year, five more states will vote on similar

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