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WASHINGTON, D.C. (Operation Rescue) — Capitulating to the pro-abortion radical left, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made the political decision to permanently lift the in-person requirements on abortion inducing drugs, opening the door to abortion pills to be delivered through the mail after only a brief internet consultation.

Twenty states have already passed laws that prevent the distribution of abortion drugs without an in-clinic visit with a licensed physician and or by mail. These states are expected to be unaffected by the recent FDA ruling.

“The FDA has put politics over the lives and health of women. Abortion drugs carry a much higher complication rate than even surgical abortions, which are both far more dangerous than the Abortion Cartel will admit,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman, whose organization tracks and documents abortion-related complications and maternal deaths.

“We can expect to see hospital emergency rooms flooded with women suffering life-threatening complications after taking abortion pills received through the mail,” said Newman.

“This horrific decision was about politics and catering to Democrat cronies at Planned Parenthood. But it is women who will pay the price – some with their lives – due to this outrageous move to placate the abortionists and socialists.”

A case in point was an incident earlier this year. A Planned Parenthood facility in Reno, Nevada, which does no surgical abortions but does offer abortion-inducing drugs, phoned 911 for a hemorrhaging woman who had apparently suffered complications after taking abortion pills. No doctor was present at the time of the medical emergency.

Incomplete abortions, hemorrhaging, and ruptured ectopic pregnancies are all common complications to the abortion pills Mifepristone and Misoprostol, which are taken together to abort babies usually under 11 weeks gestation.

It is also expected that there will be more crimes against women by abusive men who obtain abortion drugs for the purpose of forcing women to abort their pregnancies against their will. There have already been several criminal cases where this has happened. For example, in 2014, one Kansas man put abortion drugs in his girlfriend’s pancakes without her knowledge, and was later charged with aggravated battery and murder for killing her wanted baby.

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Many women who choose to undergo a medical abortion procedure (Mifegymiso in Canada) change their minds having taken the first pill.

And now, a safe and effective procedure called abortion pill reversal has been developed to assist these women in an attempt to help them save their pre-born child from the effects of this first pill (Mifepristone).

Abortion advocates are currently engaged in a campaign to silence the message that Alliance for Life Ontario is providing women undergoing a medical abortion in Canada, including even calling facts “mis-information”.

Our message is that there is a safe, effective (64%-68%) method that may save their child if they have second thoughts after starting the Mifegymiso process.

That's why Alliance for Life Ontario and LifeSiteNews are now partnering on this petition: To give Canadian women a second chance at choice!

Abortion Pill Reversal is being offered around the world with 2,000 little ones saved to-date.

But, in Canada, abortion advocates do not want women to have a second chance at choice! Alliance for Life Ontario's Facebook page has been taken down after erroneous complaints, and now their website abortionpillreversal.ca is being attacked.

Women deserve to know the truth about this second chance at choice and to know there are physicians trained and willing to help them try and save their child, if that is their choice.

We need your help to let the Minister of Health know that Canadian women do not give up their right to the truth when they choose induced abortion.

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Abortionists are already planning ways to conceal the true number of abortion pill complications. Live Action News reported just this week that abortionist Daniel Grossman has advocated shipping abortion drugs to women without confirmed pregnancies – a reckless idea that is ripe for abuse – and advising emergency room physicians not to report abortion drug complications.

“The FDA announcement emphasizes the need to remedy the corrupt election laws that allowed for widespread and documented election fraud that altered the results of the 2020 election,” added Newman.

“Without first ensuring honest and fair elections, we can never hope for pro-life conservatives to retake Congress or the White House. Those elections are imperative to seeing the ill-conceived and dangerous abortion policies of this current immoral administration reversed.”

Reprinted with permission from Operation Rescue

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