In 2006 I authored the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
that garnered 250 votes in favor--including 40 Democrats--to 162 against.
Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
would have forced abortion providers to
The Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
is yet another example of a law focused on the fetus that devalues pregnant women and children and sets the stage for further erosion of their human rights.
Does one really believe that JAMA would publish the work of pro-life medical personnel supportive of the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
without mentioning their affiliations?
Earlier this year, Senator Sam Brownback, a Republican from Kansas, introduced the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
Then there is the "Federal Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
." Introduced by Brownback and Representative Chris Smith, Republican of New Jersey, this bill would require abortion providers to tell any woman seeking an abortion past the twentieth week that the fetus would be experiencing pain during the abortion.
S.51 Sen Brownback, Sam [KS] "Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
of 2005" A bill to ensure that women seeking an abortion are fully informed regarding the pain experienced by their unborn child.
Coming up soon: the Child Custody Protection Act, which would make it illegal for anyone but a parent or guardian to take an underage girl across state lines for an abortion, thus making parental notification and consent laws impossible to get around; the grotesque Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
, which would require doctors to offer women aborting after twenty weeks pain medication for their fetuses; the Post-Abortion Depression Research and Care Act; and lots more.
These findings obviously add additional impetus for passage of the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
. This bill would require that abortion providers give women seeking abortions after 20 weeks after fertilization (22 weeks gestation) certain basic information on the substantial evidence that their unborn children may experience pain while being aborted, and advise them regarding any available methods to reduce or eliminate such pain.
Under the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
, doctors would read a statement to their patients: "Congress finds that there is substantial evidence that the process of being killed in an abortion will cause the unborn child pain, even though you receive a pain-reducing drug." Doctors who fail to read the statement could be fined $100,000 to $250,000.
Another bill is the "Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
" (S.2466) to ensure that women seeking an abortion are fully informed regarding the pain experienced by their unborn child.
A BILL IS NOW BEFORE THE US Congress requiring that doctors "fully inform" women considering abortion after 20 weeks' gestation "regarding the pain experienced by their unborn child." If passed, the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act
(S.2466 introduced in the Senate by Sen.