Pro-Life Wisconsin is targeting college-age youth with a campaign to inform them of the dangers of the "morning-after pill," otherwise known as "Plan B."
The organization's "True to Life" campaign is currently placing ads in four campus newspapers, warning of the dangers of the morning-after pill for the mother and the baby. Spokesperson Peggy Hamill tells OneNewsNow the ads reveal that emergency contraception is a high dose of steroids that can cause chemical abortions if fertilization has taken place.
"It also can harm the woman's health by putting a woman at higher risk for many medical conditions, including deadly blood clots," she notes. Full story.