These States voted on abortion initiatives. Here’s what happened.

Citizens to vote on abortion in other states.

Voters in West Virginia adopted an amendment that says: “Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the funding of abortion.”

Unfortunately, Oregon made it easier for a woman to abort her child.

Voters in Alabama approved similar language for their constitution: “The constitution of this state does not protect the right to abortion or require the funding of abortion.”

These are great signs of life in the electorate and really gives us hope. Texas should consider adopting and putting on the ballot such legislature.

From Bill Donohue:

This takes on more significance when we consider that Planned Parenthood launched its largest voter contact campaign for midterm elections in history.

NARAL told voters that abortion is a children’s rights issue. “The research is clear. Restricting abortion access doesn’t just harm women. It harms their children as well.” It also tweeted, “When women are denied abortions, it affects the lives of the kids they already have.”

NARAL is right about that, but for the wrong reason: it traumatizes children to learn that their mother aborted their prospective brother or sister—they realize that it could have been them!

Perhaps the best election news is the uptick in pro-life Senators. President Trump will now have an easier time getting judges appointed who are not given to discovering rights that are nowhere mentioned in the Constitution.

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