Former Alabama Abortion Biz May Close Soon, It Only Made Money Killing Babies in Abortions

State   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Feb 13, 2023   |   2:05PM   |   Tuscaloosa, Alabama

An Alabama facility is struggling to stay open after the state banned killing unborn babies in abortions last year.

The Alabama Reflector reports the West Alabama Women’s Center in Tuscaloosa has continued to provide non-abortion services to women since the Dobbs v. Jackson ruling in June, but its staff admitted this month that it is struggling financially.

Robin Marty, operations director for the former abortion facility, said they have been fundraising to stay open and received almost $200,000 in donations since last year. But donations are down, and Marty said they probably will have to close in June.

“Individual donations dried up, which makes sense,” Marty told the news outlet. “I mean, everybody’s exhausted. Everybody’s asking for money.”

The former abortion facility is providing contraception, prenatal care, exams, miscarriage and “gender affirming” health care. Its website also refers women to abortion facilities and abortion groups that help pay for abortion travel and lodging.

But aborting unborn babies apparently was its biggest money-maker, and that life-destroying practice is illegal now in Alabama. Abortion is a billion-dollar industry. Planned Parenthood alone reported a record $1.7 billion in income while aborting more than 383,460 unborn babies in 2020, an all-time high.

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Now, the abortion industry is hurting. Since the Dobbs decision in June, 14 states now protect unborn babies by banning abortions and more are fighting in court to do the same. Pro-life leaders believe these laws already have saved tens of thousands of unborn babies’ lives.

For nearly 50 years under Roe v. Wade, abortions destroyed more than 64 million unborn babies in abortions. Only now that Roe has been overturned may states again protect the right to life for all human beings, born and unborn.

Two new polls show growing public support for legal protections for unborn babies. A Marist College poll found 69 percent of Americans support limiting or banning abortions, up from 62 percent in June. Another new poll from UMass Amherst found a 5-percent drop in those who say Congress should pass a law to make abortions legal nation-wide and a 6-percent increase in support for a national abortion ban, WCVB News reports.

Meanwhile, pro-life advocates and state lawmakers are ramping up efforts to help pregnant and parenting families, including expanding Medicaid and support for pregnancy resource centers and maternity homescreating tax credits for unborn babies and more.