Planned Parenthood: Women Should Not be Able to See Ultrasound of Their Baby Before Abortion

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Planned Parenthood: Women Should Not be Able to See Ultrasound of Their Baby Before Abortion

Planned Parenthood does not trust women to make an informed decision about an abortion before going through with it. Right now, the billion-dollar abortion chain is criticizing an Iowa bill that ensures abortion facilities give women the opportunity to see their unborn babies on an ultrasound and hear their baby’s heartbeat at least 24 hours prior to the abortion.

Study Confirms Pro-Life Law Requiring Waiting Period Before Abortion Save Babies From Abortion

America’s abortion research academy-UCSF (University of California, San Francisco)-has produced another study claiming that yet another category of pro-life legislation is ineffective, or even has harmful consequences. This time, according to authors Sarah Roberts, Elise Belusa, Sarah Combellick, Lauren Ralph, and David K. Turok, the offending law is Utah’s 72 hour waiting period.

78% of Pregnant Women Seeing an Ultrasound Reject Abortions

Ultrasounds before abortions are routine in some abortion clinics. In others, they are performed only under certain circumstances. Former Planned Parenthood worker Catherine Anthony Adair said the following in an interview: At the time I worked for Planned Parenthood ultrasounds were only done if the woman was unsure of the dates of her last menstrual period, or if the doctor ordered one.