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Abortion Activist Opposes Giving Car Seats to Lower Income Moms for Their Kids


Abortion Activist Opposes Giving Car Seats to Lower Income Moms for Their Kids
LifeNews.com

In New York City, where four in 10 pregnancies end in abortion, Bridge to Life offers women in all five boroughs a desperately needed alternative. Serving in two locationsâFlushing and Astoriaâand hopeful of opening a third based on the demand for their care, Bridge to Lifeâs fully volunteer material assistance program reaches nearly 2,000 families every year.Recognizing the value the organization brings to the community, two New York City Council membersâone a Democrat and the other a pro-choice Republicanâhave pledged $5,000 each in discretionary funding for the upcoming fiscal year.Naturally, âpro-choiceâ activists throughout the city that never sleeps have come unglued.Before the ink had time to dry on the two council membersâ signatures, NY1 reporter Courtney Gross had filed a story on the fact that âpro-choice activistsâ were appalled their fair city should be directing any funds at all to a nonprofit that gives away car seats, diapers, baby clothes andâmost alarming of allâinformation on abortion and its life-affirming alternatives.

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