Commonwealth Policy Center

Google is now taking sides in the abortion debate. Its decision to ban a pro-life ad that helps women who changed their minds on having an abortion has been blocked. Many abortions are done chemically through a multi-pill process. But a medical breakthrough allows women who change their minds to reverse the process. Google apparently doesn’t want women to know this. Rebekah Hagan successfully used abortion pill reversal in 2013 and, in a Tweet, said that her son wouldn’t be alive without the process. She said, “How sad that the regimen that saved my son has been banned from advertising on Google. Women do change their mind! I am one of them! My son is alive because of abortion pill reversal. Forever grateful for my second chance at choice!”