40 Years, 55 Million Dead: Pro-Lifers Say Roe Must Go

by Steven Ertelt

The infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision marks 40 years today — an birthday featuring no cakes, balloons or gifts for 55 million unborn children who have lost their lives.

Roe vs. Wade, and its companion case Doe v. Bolton, ushered in an era of legalized abortions that can be done virtually any time during pregnancy for any reason with some exceptions if state[s] have approved modest limits on them.

Although Roe reaches 40 today, leading pro-life advocates say they are renewing their commitment to change the makeup of the Supreme Court so Roe is reversed and states can once again provide legal protection for unborn children.

“Let today be the beginning of the end for the terrifying 40-year legacy of Roe v. Wade. Protecting the unborn and restoring a culture of life in our nation has never been more important,” says Penny Nance of Concerned Women for America.

Nance says the beginning of the end can be found through getting taxpayer dollars out of the abortion industry.

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