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Is Now the Time for ‘Pro-Life 3.0’?

BRENDAN SMIALOWSKIRose Turner walks with her son, Robert Chase, while looking for a store with baby formula and money to buy it as the U.S. struggled with a shortage of baby formula May 19. Turner, who does not have a permanent home, came to Washington, D.C., with her 6-month-old son to be close to her mother while seeking refuge from an abusive partner. Similar situations often lead women to consider abortion, and the pro-life movement is working in new ways to make abortion unthinkable for women.

With Roe gone, some pro-lifers are advocating for an approach that emphasizes decreasing the demand for abortion through proactive government policies.