Sunday, April 28, 2019

Democratic Governors Oppose Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Acts: ‘Not a Productive Use of Time’

Rebecca Downs Apr 27, 2019

It’s been just over two months since the U.S. Senate failed to pass protections for babies born alive from abortion attempts. The U.S. House of Representatives is still attempting to even just have a vote, through a discharge petition, made necessary because leadership has blocked, dozens of times, a vote from taking place.

The act merely would have required abortion providers to provide the same level of care to a baby born alive from an abortion attempt as they would a baby born at that gestation. A mother could sue for damages if proper care was not utilized. As repeated many times by the bill’s sponsor, Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, the bill would not have regulated or restricted abortion procedures. Such a bill should have been a slam-dunk. Yet all but three Democrats in the Senate voted against it.
Not only did all senators running for president as Democrats vote against the bill, but so have non-senators running for the office. Some have even doubled-down on their opposition, as well as their support for late-term abortion.
The bill is not an abortion one, and for media outlets and advocacy groups to categorize it as such, is media malpractice
State legislators outraged by the suggestion that babies born alive from abortion attempts should be left to die, have taken action. Unfortunately, the Democratic Party is so beholden to abortion, even failed abortions which result in live-births, that two Democratic governors have vetoed or said they would veto the legislation.........To Read More.....

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