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The Missouri House approved a measure Thursday that would let voters decide whether to recognize unborn babies as people with rights in the state constitution. The Kansas City Star reports the legislation passed in a strong 110-37 vote, and now moves to the state Senate for consideration.
Baby Vincent Marie lived for only seven weeks inside his mother’s womb, but his tiny life is touching thousands of people on the internet. Last week, Vincent Marie’s mother shared photos of her tiny miscarried baby on Facebook through the pro-life group Anti-Choice Project.
Despite a great deal of controversy, Arkansas State Medical Board voted on Thursday to use the life-affirming terms “unborn child” and “unborn human individual” in abortion-related regulations. KY3 News reported on the controversy: The board had presented the wording governing abortion procedures for doctors in January, changing the Legislature’s language to “fetus” because its members said that was an accepted medical term, while “unborn child” was not.
Alabama legislators moved forward with a bill this week that would define a person as “any human being from the moment of fertilization” in the state constitution. According to the Montgomery Advertiser, the constitutional amendment passed the state House Health Committee this week.
Two top Polish officials announced last week that they are backing a citizen-lead measure to ban abortions completely in the European nation. The citizen bill is gaining attention after the horrific story of a late-term baby who allegedly was born alive after a failed abortion attempt at a Warsaw hospital and screamed for an hour as it was left to die.
With Hillary Clinton saying yesterday that unborn children have no right to life – or any rights for that matter- under the Constitution, a December interview that pro-life Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz did in November is making the round again on social media as a response.
In a new interview today, pro-abortion presidential candidate Hillary Clinton couldn’t have made her radical abortion views more clear. Clinton said unborn children simply do not have any Constitutional rights, which would include the right to life.
Missouri legislators considered a measure on Tuesday that would recognize unborn babies as human beings in the state constitution. The News-Leader reports state Rep. Mike Moon, R-Ash Grove, proposed the joint resolution that would give unborn babies the right to life in Missouri and protect them from abortion through an amendment to the state constitution.