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State House and Senate to propose anti-abortion bills criminalizing the procedure

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State House and Senate to propose anti-abortion bills criminalizing the procedure

State House and Senate to propose anti-abortion bills criminalizing the procedure

The state legislature is set to take up several bills Tuesday that would ban and criminalize certain abortion procedures, but the plans making their way through the State House and Senate are aimed at essentially doing the same thing.

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State House and Senate to propose anti-abortion bills criminalizing the procedure

TODAY, THE STATE LEGISLATURE SETTO TAKE UP SEVERAL BILLS THATWOULD BAN ANDCRIMINALIZE CERTAIN ABORTIONPROCEDURES.LAWMAKERS IN BOTH CHAMBERS AREWORKING ON PLANS.BUT THE PLANS MAKING THEIR WAYTHROUGH THE STATE HOUSE ANDSENATE ARE AIMED ATESSENTIALLY DOING THE SAMETHING.THE BILLS BEING DISCUSSED INBOTH CHAMBERS WOULD BAN THEPROCEDURE"DILATION AND EVACUATION."IT'S ALSO KNOWN AS D AND E.IT IS THE MOST FREQUENLTY USEDABORTION PROCEDURE DURING THESECONDTRIMESTER.ACCORDING TO THE STATE HEALTHDEPARTMENT, NEARLY 18-HUNDRED DAND EABORTIONS WERE PERFORMED INMICHIGAN IN 20-17.PEOPLE AGAINST THE PROCEDURECALL IT QUOTE, BARBARIC.THOSE AGAINST THE BILLS SAY DAND E IS SAFER FOR THE WOMAN ANDHAS FEWERCOMPLICATIONS THAN OTHERABORTION PROCEDURESTHE BILLS BEING DISCUSSED WOULDALSO MAKE D AND E ABORTION ACRIME HEREIN MICHIGAN.ANY DOCTOR CONVICTED OFPERFORMING THE PROCEDURE COULDFACE UP TO TWO YEARS IN PRISON.THE LEGISLATION IS EXPECTED TORUN INTO ROADBLOCKS.GOVERNOR GRETCHEN WHITMER HASVOWED TO VETO ANY BILLS THATREACH HER DESK THATRESTRICT ACCESS TO ABORTION.SEVERAL OTHER BILLS IN BOTHCHAMBERS FROM LAWMAKERS WHOSUPPORT ABORTIONRIGHTS HAVE BEEN INTRODUCED.THEY WOULD REPEAL A 19-31 LAW--IT MAKES ABORTION ILLEGAL INMICHIGAN.THE PROPOSED BILLS WEREINTRODUCED TO ENSURE ABORTIONREMAINS AVAILABLE INTHE STATE IF THEU-S SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS "ROEV WADE."LAST MONTH -- ATTORNEY GENERALDANA NESSEL SAID SHE EXPECTS THEMORECONSERVATIVE HIGH COURT TOOVERTURN ROE SOMEDAY.SHE SAID IF THAT HAPPENS -- SHEWILL NEVER PROSECUTE A WOMAN ORDOCTORFOR TERMINATING A PREGNANCY.




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