Congressman Introduces Bill to Ban Abortions When Unborn Baby’s Heart Begins Beating

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Congressman Introduces Bill to Ban Abortions When Unborn Baby’s Heart Begins Beating

A Pennsylvania congressman introduced a pro-life bill Thursday to ban abortions across the U.S. once an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable. Erie Times-News reports U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly is the lead sponsor of the Heartbeat Protection Act ( House Resolution 705) in the U.S. House.

Cosponsors – H.R.705 – 117th Congress (2021-2022): To amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit abortion in cases where a fetal heartbeat is detectable.

Cosponsors of H.R.705 – 117th Congress (2021-2022): To amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit abortion in cases where a fetal heartbeat is detectable.

South Carolina House Committee Passes Bill Banning Abortions When Unborn Baby’s Heartbeat Begins

A South Carolina bill that would protect unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeat is detectable passed its first hurdle Wednesday in the state House. News 19 WLTX reports the House Constitutional Law Subcommittee voted 3-2 to advance state Senate Bill 1 after listening to approximately 50 people testify.

Taxpayers Will Have to Pay Planned Parenthood’s $156,000 Legal Fees After It Got Away With Breaking the Law

Missouri taxpayers are being forced to foot a huge legal bill for the abortion chain Planned Parenthood after the state tried to hold one of its abortion facilities accountable for not complying with the law. A federal appeals court upheld a decision Thursday that forces the state’s taxpayers to pay the $156,000 legal bill, the Associated Press reports.

Washington Post Fact Check Confirms: U.S. One of Just 7 Nations Allowing Late-Term Abortions

The Washington Post Fact Checker tackled a claim Monday related to the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would prohibit abortion after 20 weeks, finding the fact that the U.S. is just one of seven countries that permit elective abortion after 20 weeks “a bit surprising.” The verdict?