Iowa legislature restricts human abortion

By Tom Quiner

The momentum against human abortion continues to swell.

The Iowa legislature just passed a bill banning human abortion after 20 weeks gestation.

This makes Iowa the 21st state which acknowledges the inhumanity of killing the fetus once she is able to feel pain. Iowa joins Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin in banning human abortion at 20 weeks.

Only three states have actually blocked this type of legislation: Arizona, Georgia, and Idaho.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 98.7% of all human abortions occur at 20 weeks or earlier, so we’ve got a long way to go to eradicate human death by abortion.

The Iowa legislature says they’re not done, that they want to reduce human abortion even more:

“We’re not going to settle for this. Know that we’re not done,” proclaimed Iowa House Speaker, Linda Upmeyer.

“I remain committed to doing everything that we can to protect the unborn children,” said Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, who will soon replace outgoing Iowa Governor, Terry Branstad, when he becomes U.S. ambassador to China.

“We are not going to stop,” confirmed Senate Majority Leader Bill Dix.

Despite the prolific fundraising advantages of Big Abortion, coupled with their backing from the mainstream media and Hollywood, the case for human abortion continues to dwindle.

Big Abortion is being beaten back little-by-little by under-funded grassroots pro life organizations like Iowans for Life, Iowa Right to Life, and Dubuque County Right to Life.

Thanks to social media, the greed, corruption, and depravity of Big Abortion has become impossible for the mainstream media to suppress.

The champions of the little guy are winning slowly by surely. Thousands of lives are being saved.


  1. lburleso on April 5, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    This is great news!

    However, your article title seems to flip the statistic from the CDC.


    • quinersdiner on April 5, 2017 at 9:45 pm

      Yes, got it fixed!