It’s one of those axioms of contemporary conventional wisdom that partial-birth and late-term abortions are extremely rare, and thus not something with which policymakers at the federal and state level need be concerned.
Imposing limitations on these procedures will only hurt women and open the door to repealing womens’ rights across the entire spectrum of American freedom, according to the conventional wisdom.
Not so, argues the Colson Center’s Megan Almon. In fact, more than 77,000 later-term abortions happen annually, and often for reasons that have little or nothing to do with medical necessity. And Megan has much more in the way of facts and logic that ought to give all of us second thoughts about the rights of the unborn humans among us: