The Start: House Passes Bill to End Infanticide

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The House passed the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act in a close vote of 220 yes to 210 no.

All Republicans and one Democrat-Rep. Henry Cueller of Texas — voted in favor of the measure.

If the bill became law, it would require an abortion provider to try to save the life of a baby who survives an abortion procedure.

  • Health providers would be required to exercise the same degree of care as reasonably provided to any other child born alive at the same gestational age.
  • Ensure that such children are admitted to a hospital.
  • The child’s mother “may not be prosecuted” and that she “may, in a civil action against any person who committed the violation, obtain appropriate relief.”

Sadly, the bill is unlikely to become law as it would have to pass the Democrat-controlled Senate and signed by Pro-Abortionist Joe Biden.

And yes. 210 House Democrats voted in favor of infanticide.

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4 Comments on “The Start: House Passes Bill to End Infanticide”

  1. It is obvious that any one who is in favor of killing babies whether in the womb or outside will have to deal with our Lord and Savior on judgement day. Unless those people come to know the Lord as their personal Savior then they will be hearing the words depart from you workers of iniquity.

  2. I pray for all those senators willing to approve to kill a baby at any stage. I pray for them to think hard as if it’s their own grandchild.

  3. I can’t believe anyone with a conscience could vote for killing a baby born alive after a failed abortion. What kind of a society have we come to allowing this to continue?

  4. Infanticide is an unforgivable crime. I support the passing of such legislation that puts our Congressmen on the record with their vote. This moral failing should not be forgotten and should be used to inform citizens in their district at every election in which they seek a position in government. Isn’t their voting record, the most relevant voting guide?

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