Women's Health Protection Act Could Get Rid of State Restrictions on Late-Term Abortions

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(Worthy News) - A proposed abortion bill in Virginia which would have allowed abortion all the way up until birth, made national headlines last week before it was tabled. As CBN News discovered, a federal bill much like the measure in Virginia has been floating around Congress for years.

The Women's Health Protection Act would override state restrictions on third-trimester abortions. It's been introduced in every session of Congress since 2013.

The federal measure would get rid of state restrictions on abortion even after a fetus is deemed viable, meaning no restrictions on late-term abortions. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Women's Health Protection Act Could Get Rid of State Restrictions on Late-Term Abortions”

  1. Maybe women who don't want to have babies shouldn't do those things that can result in pregnancies ........... or would be taking too much away from a sexually active adult's right to have sexual pleasure.
    So ...... it's a question of getting your jollies or killing a human being then, huh?

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