This leading Pro-Life group is praising Congressman Andy Ogles’ recent move to ban deadly chemical abortion pills

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Democrats are using every means possible to try and expand abortion on demand.

But now there are some GOP leaders who are starting to fight back against the mass murder of America’s children.

That’s why this leading Pro-Life group is praising Congressman Andy Ogles’ recent move to ban deadly chemical abortion pills.

Students for Life Action (SFLAction) President Kristan Hawkins recently joined Congressman Andy Ogles (R-TN 5) at a news conference near the U.S. Capital for the announcement of The Ending Chemical Abortion Act.

The FDA fails to protect women

Hawkins and Congressman Ogles were joined by some of the bill’s co-sponsors and leaders of other national pro-life groups.

Congressman Ogles stated during his remarks;

“Chemical abortions not only end a human life but pose a serious risk to the lives of the mothers. The FDA has failed to protect women and unborn children for over 20 years. In 2021, it went even further and eliminated the in-person dispensing requirement. This decision has led to an overwhelming increase in chemical abortion-related ER visits, health complications, and even deaths. It’s a tragedy that the Biden Administration and the FDA would put their radical pro-choice agenda ahead of the health and safety of women and girls across the country. I’m taking a stand against the irresponsibility of the Democrats and working to protect women and girls across America. I’m taking a stand for life because, born or unborn, every single person is uniquely and wonderfully made. It’s not merely a political issue; it’s a moral duty to uphold the sanctity of life. I am committed to safeguarding the innocent and voiceless in our society.”

“Problems with the Chemical Abortion Pill are heading all the way to the Supreme Court, as early as next week. The No Test, Online Distribution of Chemical Abortion Pills exposes women to injury, infertility, death, and abusers, as well as presents potential environmental pollution. In fact, the Biden Administration’s mail-order scheme sets up government-sanctioned, corporate dumping of medical waste,” Hawkins stated.

Deadly for babies and dangerous for women

Reports show that Chemical Abortion pills are deadly to the preborn and exceptionally harmful to women.

During the Hawkins remarks she explained that Students for Life of America & SFLAction have prioritized ending exposure to the killing metabolites in Chemical Abortion pills, which have 4x the rate of injury and 10x the death rate of surgical abortions, which are also deadly.

Hawkins went on to say, “The so-called ‘Father of the Abortion Pill’ as profiled in the New York Times, developed his deadly drugs with the company that assisted the Nazis in developing the killing drugs used in the gas chambers? Unlike some of the media spin, Chemical Abortion Pills were not developed as a lifesaving tool or any kind of treatment but were designed and intended to end life in the womb.”

Making it easier to sell chemical abortion pills is not only an abuser’s dream scenario, but it also outsources all the problems to young women, who are likely not able to process the pills risk.

FDA reports women have died from chemical abortion pills

A lawsuit was recently filed in Nevada because the Chemical Abortion Pills sold by a Planned Parenthood abortion vendor reportedly contributed to a young woman’s death.

“No woman needs to be exposed to these horrific drugs. Students for Life Action is proud to stand with Rep. Andy Ogles, and the growing number of sponsors in the House and soon the Senate, to prevent the untimely deaths of expectant mothers and their preborn children. The Ending Chemical Abortion Pill Act is a courageous bill to protect young women from a recklessly distributed drug,” Hawkins concluded.

SFLAction will now begin to encourage members of Congress to sign on to the bill and to force roll call votes on the legislation.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.