Prolife New Yorkers Push Back on ‘Reproductive Health Act’

RHA-smallNew York prolife advocates appear to be successfully pushing back against “The Reproductive Health Act,” a bill that would take virtually every prolife law off the books and promote late-term abortions

Just a few weeks ago, prolife state senator Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) said, it looked like Cuomo had the votes to ram the legislation through the 63-member Senate. But strong public opposition led by Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York and the New York Catholic Conference (NYCC) to Cuomo’s inclusion of the Reproductive Health Act in his women’s equality bill has raised awareness about the abortion expansion and generated unease among some lawmakers, Diaz said.

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