Georgia House Passes ‘Fetal Pain' Abortion Bill

House lawmakers passed a bill that would cut six weeks from the time women can have elective abortion, tighten medical exemptions for terminating pregnancies and require any abortion performed after 20 weeks be done in a way to bring the fetus out alive.
March 1, 2012

House lawmakers passed a bill that would cut six weeks from the time women can have elective abortion, tighten medical exemptions for terminating pregnancies and require any abortion performed after 20 weeks be done in a way to bring the fetus out alive.

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