Virginia bill would loosen restrictions on late-term abortions

Virginia bill would loosen restrictions on late-term abortions

A new bill proposed in the Virginia legislature would loosen restrictions on abortions during the third trimester of pregnancy. The bill, proposed by Democrat Kathy Tran, would require only one doctor to make the determination that the pregnancy threatens the woman’s life or health. However, the broad terms allow for abortions during labor and this has been confirmed by proponents of the bill.

Christopher Harbutt
Christopher Harbutt 1 year

The “just a bunch of cells” argument completely falls down when a baby is literally in the process of leaving the mother’s body.

Matrim Helmsgaard (Mrperrific)
Matrim Helmsgaard (Mrperrific) 1 year

Sure. just make it easier to kill baby's. No problem there. This whole "my body my choice" is gone to far. they used to argue that it's not killing a baby because it wasn't formed yet. now they just plain want to get rid of it. life or no life

Sir Dragon
Sir Dragon 1 year

Okay , fetal abortion I can understand but during the Labor period it's basically already fully grown, that's straight up murder at that point

CommanderVaasDC 1 year

I mean I'm for abortion. I'm for it being done when necessary. im for it being done for medical reasons. this sounds odd to me though.

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