“Abortion is a hard enough thing for any woman to decide without the torture of seeing the baby on an ultrasound screen.”
Dr. L. Lacroix, Planned Parenthood, Kelowna, B.C
Kelowna Daily August 24, 2000
Planned Parenthood opposes laws that would allow a woman to see her baby on the ultrasound screen. Even when the proposed law would not mandate that she must see her baby, but only that she be offered the opportunity to do so, Planned Parenthood opposes it.
Is it better for a woman to be in the dark about her aborted baby, and then find out afterwards that her baby was fully formed, or is it better for her to know the facts so that she can make an informed decision?
And who should make this decision for her? She or the clinic workers who get paid to convince her to abort?
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