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Pro-Life Wisconsin Encouraged by Abortion Decline, Presses on in Fight for Personhood

Thursday, September 04, 2014

For Immediate Release
September 4, 2014

Contact: Sam Guzman, Communications Director, Cell (262) 744-9671

Pro-Life Wisconsin Encouraged by Abortion Decline,
Presses on in Fight for Personhood
Pro-Life Wisconsin is encouraged by the news that the induced abortion rate continues to decline in Wisconsin, falling nearly 7% in 2013, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. The number of abortions performed in 2013 in Wisconsin was the lowest since Roe v. Wade, decreasing 465 to 6,927.

The daily presence of Pro-Life Wisconsin’s sidewalk counselors and volunteers outside of abortion facilities, along with participation in campaigns such as 40 Days for Life, helps women choose life for their children. “In 2013, 208 babies were saved from abortion by sidewalk counselors in Milwaukee alone, that we know of,” said Dan Miller, Pro-Life Wisconsin board member and dedicated sidewalk counselor, about the decline. “God continually encourages His people to defend the most vulnerable members of the human family with good news like this.”

While Pro-Life Wisconsin is encouraged by the decline in abortions across the state, our work isn’t done yet. “Pro-Life Wisconsin’s network of dedicated grassroots activists, affiliates, and sidewalk counselors is saving lives every day, and our educational and legislative work is changing the culture of our great state,” said Sam Guzman, Communications Director for Pro-Life Wisconsin. “But while we are encouraged by the news of abortions declining in Wisconsin, we are not satisfied with a simple decline.  We won’t rest until abortion is abolished in Wisconsin, and the dignity of every human person is recognized and protected by law.”