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It is likely that the United States Senate will voted Wednesday on what March for Life Action calls a “deceptively” named “Women’s Health Protection Act of 2022.” March for Life Action instead refers to the bill as the “Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act.”

“The Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act is not only dangerous for women, but is extreme in scope — going way beyond codifying Roe v. Wade by virtually eliminating all pro-life laws currently in place that protect women, children and healthcare workers from violating their consciences,” March for Life Action wrote.


The bill was drafted one day after the leak of the draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

March for Life Action said that if the bill is passed, it will:

*Eliminate all state and federal parental involvement laws in relation to abortion
*Eliminate bans on dismemberment abortions
*Eliminate laws that ban discriminatory abortions on the basis of a baby’s sex, race and disability, including down syndrome
*Eliminate all state informed consent laws, including those that allow women to view an ultrasound prior to abortion
*Prevent states from passing laws to protect babies at 20 weeks, thereby joining countries like North Korea and China in not protecting unborn children later in development
*Force doctors and nurses opposed to abortion to lose their jobs, and Catholic hospitals could lose public funds unless they perform abortions

“In short, overturn all federal and state pro-life laws, and go even further to make it illegal for elected officials to even introduce pro-life legislation,” the group wrote.

You can learn more here.

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