“Abortion doesn’t cure a disease called ‘pregnancy,’ doesn’t cure Covid-19 and doesn’t provide women with the economic, social or educational support they may need,” said SFLA’s Kristan Hawkins.
Washington D.C. (05-27-2020) – In light of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU on behalf of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists trying to force the FDA to put women at risk by getting rid of health and safety standards that regulate the sale of chemical abortion pills, Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins made the following statement:
“Like any lawyers, the ACLU pushes for their clients’ financial interests in a lawsuit designed to force the FDA to help abortion vendors make a quick buck. The FDA must hold the line on the health and safety standards in place that are meant to help women survive taking chemical abortion pills. Using this Covid-19 crisis to force the sales of life-ending drugs in ways that risk women’s lives should embarrass the abortion industry. But perhaps that is asking too much of people who end life for a living.”
Students for life of America has been engaged in a number of campaigns warning women of the risks of chemical abortions, especially as the state of California has moved to force the life-ending drugs on all public college campuses. For Hawkins’ testimony in California on the risks of the drugs, click here.
Hawkins observed, “Abortion doesn’t cure a disease called ‘pregnancy,’ doesn’t cure Covid-19 and doesn’t provide women with the economic, social or educational support they may need.”
Students for Life of America is preparing for a major campaign, educating women on the risks and dangers of taking drugs designed to cause extreme bleeding and cramping – risks that include death, severe infection and sterility. For more on the dangers of chemical abortion pills, visit https://www.thisischemicalabortion.com
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Students for Life of America is the nation’s largest, pro-life, youth organization. Headquartered in Fredericksburg, VA, SFLA serves more than 1225 groups on college, university, medical and law school, high school and middle school campuses in all 50 states.