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March 10, 2005

Defending the defenseless

Also from LifeNews:

Anyone who takes a teenager girl to another state to have a secret abortion that is done without her parents' knowledge or consent can be faced with a civil lawsuit, under a new bill that received initial approval from the state House.

Rep. Jane Cunningham, the lead sponsor of the measure, says it is intended to cut down on the number of Missouri teens who are taken to Illinois for abortions. That state does not require parents to be told beforehand.

"When a minor child has to face this kind of decision, the person they need most is the person who cares most about their welfare, and that's their parents," Cunningham told the Associated Press in an interview after the vote.

The legislation would also increase regulations on abortion facilities and require abortion practitioners to have privileges at a hospital within 30 miles from where they perform abortions. Lawmakers say that will ensure women can receive quick medical care following a botched abortion.

I'm glad someone is finally doing this. It is about time. Although, why the person wouldn't be put in jail is beyond me. In any other instance it would be called kidnapping and criminal charges would be filed. But in this case, since it's about abortion, common sense is thrown out, and after decades of abuse, someone finally has realized that families need a way to protect themselves from people who force young girls to have abortions (pay attention to how quickly the pro-“choice” ghouls rush to defend this practice of forcing young girls to have abortions)

As for the added regulations for abortuaries, I don't expect this to actually pass. The pro-death monsters will argue that ensuring that the “doctor” who vacuums out your kidnapped 14 year-old little girl, thus torturing your unborn grandchild to death by ripping him limb from limb, is not some fruitcake that's been kicked out of any reputable hospital -- would interfere with “choice” and that would be unthinkable.

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 10, 2005 10:58 AM

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