Laws only work if they codify cultural practices that have widespread acceptance. We are nowhere near that in our society, and the legislature’s all-or-nothing approach to abortion is only driving our citizens apart.
Hundreds of Vermont Right-to-Life supporters filled the floor and galleries of the Hall of the Vermont House of Representatives at the annual Rally for Life Saturday.
Medical experts have believed that unborn babies cannot feel pain before 24 weeks, the Daily Mail reports, but two medical researchers told the publication that recent studies show that babies may feel “something like pain” at as early as 13 weeks.
Patricia was six-months pregnant with twins, and when she woke up in the hospital she was told both had been killed. In most states, the offender could be charged with homicide. But not in Vermont.
A bill to establish the legal personhood of a human fetus at 24 weeks was introduced into the Vermont House Jan. 15 and referred to the House Human Services Committee.
The Planned Parenthood Federation of America performed 345,672 abortions during the 2018 fiscal year. The organization provided 9,821,548 services to 2.4 million patients during the 2018 fiscal year. The largest amount of services were 4,960,598 STI testing and treatment services.
The rationale employed by Mr. Donovan for charging fees for record requests is that “[m]ost of the requests for records possessed by the Attorney General’s Office are from private law firms and companies.”
“Women facing an unexpected pregnancy deserve to have as much medically and technically accurate information as possible when they are making what could be the most important decision of their life,” March for Life President Jeanne Mancini said in a statement.
Since 1973, close to 100,000 babies were killed by abortion in Vermont. The babies aborted in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s never grew up to have children or grandchildren. We are seeing the results in our schools with rapidly declining enrollments.
Another member of Kenya’s Parliament, Jennifer Shamalla, said that she and her colleagues were “deeply concerned” about the U.N.’s promotion of abortion under the banner of population and development policy.
Seventy percent of respondents said abortion clinics should be held to the same standards that general hospitals are held to. Seventy-four percent of respondents believe states should have the ability to pass laws ensuring abortion facilities comply with “basic medical practices and sanitation.”