nearvideo-Vermont lawmakers push law that abortion is a fundamental right in the state
Vermont new abortion bill is under fire from pro-life advocates, as it would performs effectively term abortion procedure and bar prosecution of “any individual sanction to late” , or attempts an abortion.
The bill, named H. 57, went before the state House Judiciary Committee, introduced on Tuesday, came just after New York and Virginia under fire for the bills makes it easier to perform late-term abortions and, as in the Virginia’s proposal – also abortions allows up to the birth.
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While Vermont is already one of the most relaxed laws when it agreed to have an abortion, the latest bill is aimed at the codification of access to abortion.
Would limit the bill to bar rules, “to the right of the individual” and the prohibition of the prosecution of “any Person” to carry out or attempt an abortion, the Washington Times reported.
In addition to the main bill, S. 25, also notes that employees of the health care system, the implementation of a legal abortion procedure is not “the subject of a civil, criminal or administrative liability and punishment.”
Pro-life supporters say that the bill passed if that would do more harm than it would load to the abuse of the laws. You quoted Kermit Gosnell, a former physician who was convicted of killing three babies at his Philadelphia clinic.
Mary Hahn beer worth, Vermont Right to Life’s executive director, told the Times that, under the proposed law, Gosnell would be untouchable by the authorities. “It’s nothing, what could we do over there,” she said.
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“Planned Parenthood claims to trust us, and everyone loves planned Parenthood here. The state have dominated for decades,” she added. “But don’t you think, or it doesn’t interest you, that someone could move here tomorrow and planned to offer Parenthood for the price, and run a Gosnell-like clinic.”
Planned Parenthood, meanwhile, the new measure would actually protect against abortion providers like Gosnell.
“Kermit Gosnell is a criminal enterprise, not a health care facility,” Eileen Sullivan, a spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, ran the newspaper said.
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“His case makes it clear that we need to enforce the laws already in existence that protect access to safe and legal abortion,” she added, “and we need to misguided new laws that would restrict the patients” options reject, and lead you to seek treatment from criminals like Gosnell.”