In light of the March for Life today, Ericka Andersen interviewed Paul Isaacs, President of Save the Storks, an up-and-coming pro-life organization that provides free ultrasounds to women who need them. Their “Stork busses,” as they are called, are set up near abortion clinics around the country and since 2013, over 1,000 mothers have chosen life after receiving their free ultrasound. Check out what Isaacs has to say about the mission of Save the Storks, changing cultural views on the life issue in America and why his organization is in Washington, DC today for the March:
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