nearvideo breaking down the pro-life and pro-abortion laws all over the country
Live-Action Director, Alison Howard Centofante breaking new laws regarding abortion throughout the country.
Democratic Illinois Gov. J. B. Pritzker, a law signed into law on Wednesday the creation of a woman, the “fundamental right” to abortion, to hold an election promise to make the state the most progressive in the country when it comes to the right to abortion.
“Today, we are proud to announce that in this state, we trust to the women,” Pritzker said at the Reproductive health Act is signed to the event at the Chicago Cultural Center. “And in Illinois, we guarantee a fundamental right, the right to choose a woman.”
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Pro-life groups have noted, Illinois law goes further than in New York, which prompted a number of States passed anti-abortion bills, several “heartbeat” abortion bans, and sparked a fight in the entire nation, should Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that made abortion legal in all 50 States, will be repealed by the Supreme court with two trump elected officials, who are now on the bench.
The bill, effective immediately, lifts the 1975 Illinois abortion law. The spousal consent, waiting periods, penalties for abortion providers, and restrictions on abortion facilities, as the licensing requirements and health and safety inspections. It is also repealed, the state is the ial birth abortion ban act, and provides that “a fertilized ovum, embryo or fetus has no independent rights under the law of this state.”
The Thomas more society, a pro-life law firm based in Chicago, explains that the bill is synonymous with a “legalization of the death penalty, without the possibility of appeal, for viable unborn premature baby.”
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Former Illinois state representative and Thomas More Society Vice President Peter Breen slammed the measure as “the most radical pro-abortion measure return in America, and makes Illinois an abortion destination for the country,” protect abortion to a greater degree than the Free speech and other First Amendment rights.
To the Senate and the House, the bill, Bishop Thomas Paprocki of the diocese of Springfield, which had the state capital, passed, that the legislature supports the “extreme, disgusting” abortion bill will be banned from partaking of communion.
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Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan and Senate President John b / t cullerton, both Catholics, pushed for the bill, were among the lawmakers who blocked were to receive communion.