WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (  On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal brought by abortionists to nix a Virginia law requiring parental notification prior to abortions for minors.  The law merely requires that unmarried girls under 18, and not living on their own, inform at least one of their parents no less than 24 hours before having an abortion. The law does not require them to get their parents’ consent for the abortion.  Exceptions to the reporting requirement include cases when the abortionist believes the young mother is a victim of abuse or neglect, and situations where the child can prove to a judge that she is mature enough to handle the decision on her own. Despite the weakness of the legislation,  the abortion industry fought the case all the way to the highest court. The mainstream media has yet to make the abortion industry explain how its position in the case contributes to the health and safety of girls and young women.

Source: Conservative News Service