Washington Times: Faith-based abortion opponents to boost emphasis on pregnancy care, options if Roe overturned
May 6, 2022

by Mark A. Kellner, Washington Times

Faith-based groups opposed to abortion plan to increase their emphasis on helping people facing crisis pregnancy situations if the Supreme Court reverses its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion.

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Leaders in other faiths also emphasized the need for more support for pregnant women before and after birth, as well as for those in the process of having a baby placed for adoption.

Rabbi Yaakov Menken, executive director of the Coalition for Jewish Values, said he anticipates a rise in adoptions — often facilitated by agencies within the Orthodox Jewish communities the group’s 2,000 member rabbis serve — as those adoption organizations “get bigger as demand increases.”

“Already there are agencies that today in many communities wish to serve more children than are actually being brought to them because people are aborting instead,” Mr. Menken said.

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