New York Assembly Will Vote Tuesday on Bill to Legalize Abortion Up to Birth | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


New York Assembly Will Vote Tuesday on Bill to Legalize Abortion Up to Birth

Gov. Cuomo, the Assembly, and new Democrat-led state Senate have vowed to pass RHA on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

RHA is not about “codifying Roe,” but about expanding abortion past 24 weeks, when a child is already clearly viable and capable of pain and suffering. Every state has the right to protect viable children under Roe and should. New York’s 24- weeks’ law should remain on the books as is and not be repealed.

RHA would establish abortion as a “fundamental right” opening the door to restrict efforts by pro-lifers, mandate that everyone take part in the culture of death, and prohibit any limits on abortion. Roe v. Wade did not make abortion a fundamental right.

RHA would allow any health care practitioner to perform an abortion as long as they act in “good faith” (rather than an objective medical standard of care), opening the door broadly for abuse. This is an absurd change to New York law, if one cares about women and children.

RHA would repeal protections against illegal abortion, such as criminal acts of violence against a pregnant mother and her child, or self-proclaimed providers operating at will.

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