Yesterday, abortion advocates in the General Assembly proposed a codify-Roe bill called the “RGB Act” in both the House and Senate. The bill allows for late term abortion of viable babies, lowers standard of care for pregnant women, and abolishes reporting requirements. It also forces taxpayers to fund abortions for state and municipal employees.
Democrats in the General Assembly would allow abortion with no restrictions, at any time during pregnancy, up to the point of live birth, when only 22% of voters in North Carolina agree with them.
Other provisions in the radical abortion wish-list bill includes:
- allowing children under 18 to work in abortion clinics.
- revoking the statutory mandate that clinics be inspected annually.
- revoking requirements for reported violations to be posted on the state website.
- abolishing reporting requirements, so no statistics on abortions in North Carolina can be gathered.
- allowing late-term abortions to be performed anywhere, instead of in a hospital as is currently required.
- revoking protections for hospitals and healthcare facilities or institutions which choose not to perform abortions or provide abortion services.
- removing conscience clause protection for healthcare providers who have moral, religious, or ethical objections to abortion to perform or assist in abortions.
- abolishing the requirement that abortions can only be performed by a “qualified physician” and instead allow any “qualified health care provider,” including any type of physician, PA, nurse or midwife.
3-D ultrasounds reveal these babies have eyes, fingers, toes, and can suck their thumbs in the womb and feel pain. People in our state are waking up to the lies the abortion industry has told for 50 years, and the tragedy of terminating over 68 million of these babies. Eventually the truth will win over, and abortion will be unthinkable.
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