ADF is backing Arizona's ban on non-emergency abortions after 20
weeks and has filed a brief with the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of
Alliance Defending Freedom contends the law is
based on expert medical proof that babies have pain sensors by the
time they are 20 weeks in the womb, though some argue even sooner.
Senior counsel Steven H. Aden tells OneNewsNow, "Every innocent
life deserves to be protected."
"Not only does this law
protect babies in the womb who feel horrific pain upon being torn
apart in an abortion, the law is constitutional because it protects
mothers from risky abortions, and it protects society from the
barbaric effects of abortions that cause horrific pain to babies,"
According to Aden, those are the core issues.
"The ACLU and The Center for Reproductive Rights, who brought
this lawsuit, apparently don't care about that," he gathers. "What
they care about is advancing their own political agenda and making
money for the abortion industry."
ADF filed the brief on behalf of Doctors
on Fetal Pain, an unincorporated association of physicians and