Study finds Texas births up, abortions down after fetal heartbeat law | The Washington Times
By: Sean Salai
“Texas is ready for this moment,” said Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life.
Shawn D. Carney, founder and CEO of the international prayer campaign 40 Days for Life, said the report refutes the idea that women reject alternatives to abortion.
“The thousands of babies being born and not aborted will continue to go up and, in Texas, many pregnancy centers who are seeing an increase think that the current estimates are very conservative,” Mr. Carney said.
Several pro-choice groups declined to comment.