This anti-abortion bill is actually composed of multiple bills at once. The bill would ban abortion after six weeks which violates Roe v. Wade. It would forces women to prove they have been raped. It would force women to be raped by the state. And it would define life as beginning at conception, a concept Mississippi voters overwhelmingly defeated last fall.
Fetuses Cannot Feel Pain-There’s been a recent uptick in the use of phrases such as “fetal pain” or “pain-capable unborn child” in anti-abortion rhetoric. Such discomfort, make no mistake, is scientifically impossible. An embryo doesn’t develop connections between its brain and its body’s pain receptors until about 24 weeks after it’s conceived. This means that the laws states have passed banning abortion after 20 weeks because unborn children will supposedly suffer are based on blatant…
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The Ed Show with Ed Schultz on MSNBC: Ohio GOP pushing bill to ban abortion and birth control coverage (Pro-abortion and anti-abortion protestors rally outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., Jan. 22, 2014.) http://www.msnbc.com/politicsnation/gop-push-ban-abortion-coverage-ohio
A Fact-Based Guide to Resisting Anti-Choice Propaganda in the Wake of the Attack on Planned Parenthood - See more at: http://rhrealitycheck.org/article/2015/07/17/fact-baed-guide-resisting-anti-choice-propaganda-wake-attack-planned-parenthood/#sthash.vf7OwS4L.dpuf