The pro-life movement is winning.
Florida saw a massive drop in abortions after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a 15-week abortion ban into law.
Number of abortions by year:
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Florida saw a massive decline in abortions this year as more than 11,000 babies’ lives were saved compared to the year before.
According to new figures from the state health department, there have been just 68,217 abortions in Florida this year, a drop from the 79,817 babies who were killed the year prior. The 15-week abortion ban that went into effect this summer after Governor Ron DeSantis’ signature accounts for some of the decline.
As the Miami Herald newspaper reports, “Excluding the last month of the year, Florida appears to be on track to see fewer abortions in 2022 than the year prior, according to data from the Agency for Health Care Administration. Florida’s 15-week abortion ban went into effect in the summer of 2022, with no exceptions for rape or incest. There are some exceptions made for the health of the mother and the viability of the fetus.”
The Planned Parenthood abortion business has no idea why so many babies were saved even as it is killing more babies in the wake of the Dobbs decision overturning Roe since neighboring states have banned abortions.
Florida lawmakers are considering additional restrictions on abortions in 2023.
Republican legislative leaders say they are open to advancing more limits on abortion in 2023, but it’s not yet known how strict any new restrictions would be.
Incoming Senate President Kathleen Passidomo has said she wants to see Florida’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks reduced to 12 weeks.
The proposal could include an exclusion for rape and incest, which is currently not allowed.
But anti-abortion activists want even tighter restrictions and are pushing for an abortion ban after six weeks of pregnancy.