How MA Senate Bill 1209 Attacks Women & Threatens Our Girls

 

SENATE BILL 1209 / HOUSE BILL 3320

 

ENDANGERS 12 AND 13 YEAR OLD GIRLS.

WHY?

S.1209/H.3320 REMOVES ADULT SUPERVISION by striking out section 12L (chp.122) in our General Law. This leaves our children prey to sexual predators, and sex trafficking. SEE S.1209 SECTION 12L.

(for further background, see the undercover journalistic investigations of abortion facilities refusing to report sex crimes: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10156350513198728)

 

RISKS WOMEN’S LIVES.

HOW?

S.1209/H.3320 STRIKES MEDICAL REGULATIONS THAT ENSURE THE HEALTH & SAFETY OF WOMEN SUBMITTING TO LATE-TERM ABORTIONS by removing section 12M (chp.112) in our General Law. A woman’s health is now less important -- and protected -- than the law’s commitment to promoting abortion at any time, for any reason. A procedure that is more likely to kill her (abortion) can be recommended before she is given prenatal care. SEE SECTION 12M in CURRENT LAW

 

KILLS INFANTS*.

HOW?

S.1209/H.3320 STRIKES OUT REQUIREMENTS THAT DOCTORS PROVIDE LIFE-SAVING TREATMENT TO BORN INFANTS by striking section 12P (chp.112) in our General Law: [a physician must take] reasonable steps, both during and subsequent to the abortion, in keeping with good medical practice, consistent with the procedure being used, to preserve the life and health of the aborted child” if that child is born alive during the procedure. SEE SECTION 12P IN CURRENT LAW.

*(for research proving that babies without this protection are routinely killed, Canada’s CIHI provided a statistics sheet in reply to our query regarding their similar law &  infants born alive during abortion procedures:: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QtC0BXfavgyg1KKX1Fb2qGevdcKmDDBp/view)


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  • Melinda Baker
    commented 2019-06-19 20:51:02 -0400
    Thanks for posting this – great help to inform those who weren’t there (and great help for follow up for those of us who were there :-) )
  • C.J. Williams
    published this page in In The News 2019-05-15 11:56:03 -0400