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April 18, 2005

Hiding the truth in Illinois

From the Illinois Leader:

Pro-abortion forces won a victory in the Illinois House Wednesday as State Rep. Rosemary Mulligan (R-Park Ridge) successfully passed HB 2492 which would make it a criminal offense for an ultrasound to be administered without a doctor's order.

Mulligan said that Planned Parenthood and the Illinois State Medical Society encouraged her to sponsor the legislation because there was a concern about long exposure of fetuses to ultrasound waves.

Uh...maybe this is a dumb question, but hasn't Planned Genocide's quest for all these decades been to destroy unborn babies? Why would anyone take them serious when they are claiming to be concerned about unborn children? Especially in pushing a legislation that is very obviously designed to remove an educational tool from those who oppose Planned Genocide's efforts to murder as many babies as they can.

The article concluded with this information:

The bill passed with bi-partisan support with 76 yes votes and 32 no votes....

The legislation would make it a Class A misdemeanor for an ultrasound to be performed without a doctor's orders.

It now moves to the Illinois Senate, where it will go through committee before a floor vote.

Not being familiar with Illinois politics dare I hope that there are enough State Senators in Illinois with enough brains to reject this idiocy.

Coverage: ProLifeBlogs, Michelle Malkin, Myopic Zeal, Straight up with Sherri, WorldMagBlog, Junk Yard Dog

Posted by Danny Carlton at April 18, 2005 08:24 AM

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