Washington D.C., Aug 20, 2021 / 13:02 pm
A move to eliminate the in-person requirement for medical abortions and to allow abortion pills to be distributed through the mail will harm women and only serve corporate interests, says one pro-life activist.
Four members of the US House of Representatives submitted a resolution Aug. 19 to eliminate the requirement that a woman seeking to abort her pregnancy be in the presence of a medical professional.
“Once again, big business is putting profit ahead of people,” Kristen Day, president of Democrats for Life, told CNA.
Day said the proposed resolution “will provide further harm to women and allow the well-funded abortion lobby to line their pockets at the expense of women’s health and safety.”