Alert: Us Senate Voting Today On Bill To Stop Infanticide Of Born-Alive Babies

LifeSiteNews | February 25, 2019

Alert: Us Senate Voting Today On Bill To Stop Infanticide Of Born-Alive Babies
The United States Senate will vote Monday evening on legislation to guarantee medical care to babies who survive failed abortions, following multiple Democrat attempts to block the measure. Under the current federal Born-Alive Infants Protection Act, babies who survive abortions are recognized as “human beings,” “persons,” “individuals,” and “children” with all the rights those terms entail, but specific treatment for them isn’t mandated. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act would supplement existing law by specifically requiring abortionists to get such babies to hospitals.

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