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Pro-Life Wisconsin Energized by 10% Decline in Wisconsin Abortions

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

For Immediate Release
August 26, 2015

Contact: Dan Miller, State Director, Cell (262) 993-6262
Sam Guzman, Communications Director, Cell (262) 744-9671

Pro-Life Wisconsin Energized by 10% Decline in Wisconsin Abortions

Pro-Life Wisconsin is encouraged and energized by the recently released 2014 abortion statistics demonstrating a 10.24% decline in abortions. "Pro-Life Wisconsin's message, that every life matters, is not an abstraction," said Dan Miller, Pro-Life Wisconsin's State Director. "It's not just about a number, but about helping real people and saving real lives. Each day, we bring our message to the streets of Wisconsin with love and compassion, and lives are changed as a result. In 2014, our sidewalk counselors witnessed 154 babies saved from abortion in Milwaukee alone!"  

2013 Wisconsin Act 37, passed by the Wisconsin Legislature and signed by Governor Walker, requires abortionists to perform ultrasounds and display and describe the ultrasound images to pregnant women. "Sonya's Law, effective in 2014, may have been a factor in Wisconsin's steep abortion decline," said Miller.

"The 2014 statistics prove that our educational programs, legislative efforts, and sidewalk counselors are having a life-saving impact in Wisconsin," Miller continued. "But while we are encouraged by the abortion decline, this is no time to sit back and relax. There are 5,800 babies who lost their lives in 2014. For as much as we celebrate each life saved, we cannot be content while a single child is lost to abortion. We will press on until Wisconsin has no more abortions to report!"

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