Conservatives protest NY law allowing abortion up to birth for any reason

By The Christian Post

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (seated R), poses with state Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins (C), Sarah Weddington (seated L), the lawyer nationally known for successfully arguing the winning side of the Roe v. Wade case, and others after signing the controversial Reproductive Health Act into law on January 22, 2019. | Photo: Twitter

A day after the New York state Legislature passed a bill Tuesday that made it legal for abortionists and other health care professionals to perform abortions up to birth for any reason, conservative anti-abortion advocates have ramped up criticism of the measure as liberals defend it.

"They have no idea the damage this will cause," Jim Harden, president of CompassCare Pregnancy Services, told WHAM about the controversial "Reproductive Health Act."

Harden’s organization works with pregnant women considering abortion and encourages them to have their baby by providing them with baseline medical services. It was not immediately clear how the newly passed RHA will directly affect his work.

Source:The Christian Post