The liberal agenda is at it again, this time, trying to overturn Wyoming’s new ban on abortion pills. According to U.S. News & World Report, abortion fanatics have filed an amended lawsuit to challenge the law that passed with the signature of Governor Mark Gordon.
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The new law bans the sale and distribution of abortion drugs, unless it’s to “preserve the woman from an imminent peril that substantially endangers her life or health.” But of course, the liberal media and pro-abortion groups are trying to paint this as a complete ban on reproductive healthcare.
Wellspring Health Access, a left-wing nonprofit that’s trying to open a second abortion clinic in the state, is leading the charge against the law. That’s right, they have no respect for the sanctity of human life and are trying to stop the law from coming into effect on July 1.
According to Fox News, the amended lawsuit argues that it’s not clear what is and isn’t allowed under the law. But let’s be honest, it’s quite clear that this law bans the dangerous use of abortion pills. The fact that the pro-abortion lobby wants to continue risking women’s lives with these pills is disgusting.
Wyoming’s only abortion provider has canceled all appointments this week due to the new law, Fox News reported. But this is just further proof that the pro-abortion lobby doesn’t care about women’s health; they only care about promoting their radical agenda.
Thankfully, Teton County District Court Judge Melissa Owens is examining the possibility of blocking the new law, according to Fox News. Hopefully, she sees through the smoke and mirrors of the progressive left and upholds this crucial pro-life legislation.
It’s time to stand up for the sanctity of human life, and Wyoming has set an example for the rest of the nation. We can only hope that more states follow Wyoming’s footsteps and fight to limit abortion access, sav[ing] the fundamental rights of the unborn.