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Tuesday, March 7, 2006

New York Times to pro-lifers: It's your fault that parents are coercing their daughters to have abortions.

The New York Times on Monday ran an article, Scant Drop Seen in Abortion Rate if Parents Are Told, which claims that a review of the data in six states suggests that if abortion rates do fall, they only fall a slight amount in states that pass parental consent legislation.

Pro-life bloggers JivinJehoshaphat and
Christine at RealChoice
have better data. So does LifeNews.

However, the real interest in this New York Times article lies in the confusion it has generated in the pro-abortion sector of the blogosphere about abortion, violence, parents and pregnant teenagers.

Read the rest here.

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