Heartbeat Protection or Born Alive Protection? House to Vote on Pro-Life Legislation This Week

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(Worthy News) - The U.S. House of Representatives has the opportunity to pass a pro-life bill this Friday, on the day of the March for Life, but which one will it be?

H.R. 490, the Heartbeat Protection Act of 2017, bans the abortion of a baby when a heartbeat is detected.

Fetal heartbeats start at 21 days, and around six weeks into pregnancy they can usually be measured, according to LifeSiteNews. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “Heartbeat Protection or Born Alive Protection? House to Vote on Pro-Life Legislation This Week

  1. Why do you need to choose?? Both are proof of human existence !!
    Don't fall for the either/or. Have the wisdom of knowing life when it exists !!

  2. It is worth mentioning that most unplanned pregnancies are not noticed until at least 2 weeks along. Often, that means using the 6 weeks measurable heartbeat yardstick, it would then leave a women only 3 more weeks in which to come up with the money or ins to pay for an abortion.

    That would move this infanticide "choice" backwards. A real progress.

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