On December 27, pro-life volunteers say a woman was transported to the hospital from the surgical abortion facility in Little Rock.
The Facebook page 40 Days for Life – Little Rock posted photos and asked Arkansans to pray for the woman, writing, “Please join me in prayer for another poor momma who went to the hospital via ambulance from LRFP [Little Rock Family Planning] Abortion Clinic today. ABORTION HURTS WOMEN !!!!!”
Abortion takes the life of an unborn child, and it carries serious health risks for women.
That’s why Arkansas has enacted a number of laws that prohibit certain abortion practices and require abortionists to give women all the facts about abortion up front — including abortion’s risks, consequences, and alternatives.
Unfortunately, the ACLU and Planned Parenthood have challenged some of these good laws in court — including laws like Act 700 of 2019 requiring abortionists to be board-certified or board-eligible OB/GYNs.
However, Arkansas’ attorney general has defended these pro-life laws in court and has won some key pro-life victories.
These legal victories save the lives of women and unborn children, and they help set the stage for the courts to overturn Roe v. Wade.