February 23, 2006
Indiana Panel OKs Murdering Babies After Mothers Are Told 'Many Families Are Waiting To Adopt Children'INDIANAPOLIS -- A Senate committee stripped key provisions of an abortion bill Wednesday, making the legislation more palatable to abortion rights groups by eliminating language regarding when life begins and fetal pain. Originally, the bill would have informed women seeking an abortion that life begins at conception and that a fetus could feel pain. Senators voted to remove those provisions, instead requiring women to be informed that many families are waiting to adopt children if they choose to carry their pregnancy to term. The Senate committee also changed another bill that would have required abortion clinics to meet new physical building standards, which some said would have forced the state's nine clinics to shut down. The revised bill removes the specific standards, instead saying that clinics should be safe and well maintained. Full story...
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