January 31, 2013

Sentate Committee Approves Abortion Bills

In an attempt to stop further murders of babies by abortion, two bills were recently approved by a Senate committee which would probably help reduce the number of abortions in Kentucky.

One of the bills were introduced in order to help clear up an existing law which requires that women seeking abortions must have face-to-face consultations with a health professional or social worker recommended by a physician before an abortion can be performed.

The other bill would make it mandatory for a women to have an ultrasound before having an abortion.

The first bill deals with the misinterpretation of the "informed consent" law already in effect as being able to impersonally listen to a pre-recorded message on a phone rather than by talking to a doctor or other health professional.

Now the bill will be defined specifically as being in the same room with the health professional or social worker for the counseling session.

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