Las Vegas, Nevada 2022-06-25 21:19:47 –
Augusta, Georgia. (WJBF)- “It should be right to return to the state, just because the state knows their people, their environment and their town, uh, they know how to help people more. Probably. ”
Susan Swanson, executive director of the Augusta Care Pregnancy Center for the past 40 years, says she has helped thousands of families. their Choose because they provide resources to help secure the family.
“They are still back for counseling and different types of support, which means it’s not a one-time thing.”
She says the Supreme Court’s ruling on Friday morning confirms that human life is important to anyone, no matter how old.
“Part of the problem is that our society has pushed the story forward. No life. Well, that’s not true, uh, life begins with conception. ”
How women are all over the country they I feel this affects them. Includes those close to home.
“Many women will die. Many women will die not only by self-pregnancy, but also by death during pregnancy, complications, stillbirth or giving birth to a dead fetus.”
Beth Gray lives in Augusta and is concerned about her health in the event of an abortion and what her mental, emotional and physical condition will be.
“Someday I have a daughter and she doesn’t have a cookie cutter situation that makes abortion appropriate in any situation, so I thought she would be rejected regardless of the situation. So I’m home. I’m going back to. “
Gray says he plans to host a protest to help make women their My decision.