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Still open and aborting

Life | Abortion centers lobby against life during the coronavirus pandemic
by Leah Hickman
Posted 3/23/20, 04:10 pm

Despite lockdowns, quarantines, and a critical shortage of medical supplies, pro-abortion groups are pushing to keep abortion businesses running.

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New Zealand loosens protections for unborn babies

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 3/18/20, 11:40 am

Since 1977, New Zealand law had required women seeking abortions to prove their pregnancies posed a danger to their physical and mental health. But lawmakers on Wednesday reclassified abortion as a health issue and not a criminal act, leaving unborn babies unprotected until 20 weeks of gestation.

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Inside the outbreak: Protecting pregnancies

Life | Coronavirus shutdowns are leaving pro-life clinics with fewer patients and more questions
by Mary Jackson
Posted 3/17/20, 11:05 am

Pro-life clinics in the San Francisco Bay area have already lost important fundraising opportunities and clients in a matter of weeks. Now, they hope to remain open.

“Our clients are making life-and-death decisions that cannot be postponed,” Support Circle executive director Albert Lee said.

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