Begging For More Judgment IN America: US Senate Bill Banning Infanticide Fails

Begging For More Judgment IN America: US Senate Bill Banning Infanticide Fails

US Senate bill banning infanticide fails, despite majority support

The Senate voted 53-44 for the 20-week abortion ban, and 56-41 for the anti-infanticide measure. Both needed 60 votes in order to pass.

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 25, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A majority of the United States Senate voted again Tuesday to ban late-term abortions and mandate medical care for infants delivered alive after failed abortions, though Senate filibuster rules once again prevented either measure from passing the chamber.

The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, sponsored by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, would prohibit most abortions starting at 20 weeks (or five months) into pregnancy, by which point science indicates preborn babies are capable of feeling pain. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act would require abortionists to transfer infants who survive abortions to hospitals, where they would be given the same degree of care as any wanted newborn.

US Senate bill banning infanticide fails, despite majority support

By Calvin Freiburger

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One Reply to “Begging For More Judgment IN America: US Senate Bill Banning Infanticide Fails”

  1. Do these people realize they are murdering U S Citizens ..innocent precious lives
    This makes me sick to know this is our government
    God forgive us and please hurry ..Maranatha

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