“Ongoing support and friendship, material assistance, referrals for medical and legal help, housing, referrals for adoption, and other such services provide a firm foundation of support for these women during this time of uncertainty and save the taxpayers money. A critical study by the Charlotte Lozier Institute found that the work of these life-affirming agencies saved taxpayers $161 million in 2017.
Over 1,500 of these agencies operate as medical clinics providing key medical services. Chief among these is a medical diagnosis of pregnancy through ultrasound. This medical diagnostic tool confirms pregnancy and allows a mother to see the reality of her human infant in utero. Pregnancy medical clinics are reporting that once given that opportunity, 80-90% of such mothers choose life and not abortion.”
Read the full article in the Washington Examiner.