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USA: the 15 states that already protect unborn children after a historic ruling

The ruling in the Dobbs v. Jackson case, approved two months ago, is giving rise to a wave of laws defending prenatal life in the United States.

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The ruling abolished the Roe v. Wade sentence approved in 1973 by the same court and which legalized abortion in that country, giving rise to the killing of 62.5 million unborn children between 1973 and 2021. One of the greatest genocides of the Contemporary Age, far surpassed, yes, by the 330 million abortions in communist China from 1971 to 2013 and the 163 million abortions in the USSR and Russia between 1954 and 1992. Figures that are rarely published by the media and that show the monstrosity that is being committed with unborn children.

As LifeNews published yesterday, there are already 15 states in the US that have passed laws protecting unborn children and prohibiting abortion. They are: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas (which was the first to ban abortion in the country) and Wisconsin. It should be noted that all of these states are governed by the Republican Party, as the Democratic Party has become a defender of prenatal murder, as it was before slavery.

In addition to those 15 states, there are eight others that are fighting to pass pro-life laws: Arizona, North Dakota, Iowa, Michigan, South Carolina, Utah, West Virginia, and Wyoming. In addition, there are other states that could pass pro-life laws in the medium term, such as Florida, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Alaska, Montana and Kansas. In total, there are 31 states that have banned abortion or have the possibility of banning it, which represents a historic advance in the protection of the human rights of the weakest and most defenseless. Hopefully that wave of defense of life can soon reach this side of the Atlantic, as it has already done in the case of Poland.

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