Assisted Suicide, Most Late-Term Abortions Now Illegal in Georgia

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law two pieces of legislation to restrict late-term abortions and outlaw assisted suicide in the state. The first law makes Georgia the eighth U.S. state to outlaw most late-term abortions based on controversial research that a fetus can feel pain by that stage of development.
May 2, 2012
 

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law two pieces of legislation to restrict late-term abortions and outlaw assisted suicide in the state. The first law makes Georgia the eighth U.S. state to outlaw most late-term abortions based on controversial research that a fetus can feel pain by that stage of development.

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