And he's full of $#!+.
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Date: Thursday 31 January 2019, at 07:08 am
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This is from snopes, which y'all laugh at but never say why. The one time somebody did give a reason it was for some "fake news" put out by snopes, but even that claim by detractors has been thoroughly debunked. Regardless, you can research snopes claims and see the truth for yourself (you won't, but you can).Unsurprisingly, the rumors about New York state’s purported expansion of abortion law shocked and angered many readers, but they didn’t align with the reality of any bill actually passed by the New York legislature.And in the Virginia case, Tran has repeatedly stated that it would be allowed in cases where the mother's health is at risk, and after doctors have concluded this to be the case. Other states have similar laws, but republican lawmakers snipped a video clip and fed it to the emotionally weak (the irony). The idea that so many high ranking politicians and doctors are so "bloodthirsty" that they are driven to murder helpless babies is insane. For christ's sake, listen to yourself man.
In his 2013 State of the State address, New York governor Andrew Cuomo proposed a 10-point Women’s Equality Agenda, the tenth point of which sought to bring New York state law regarding abortions in alignment with the federal protections provided by Roe v. Wade:
• New York’s abortion law was enacted in 1970, three years prior to Roe v. Wade, and lacks the important protections found in federal law.
• Under New York law, a woman’s health is not protected in the rare and tragic situation that a serious complication jeopardizes her health later in pregnancy; New York law only provides protection if a woman’s life is in danger.
The Women’s Equality Act would:
Ensure that a woman can access abortion care in New York State when her health is at risk by:
1. Codifying in New York State law the 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade;
2. Ensuring that a woman in New York can get an abortion within 24 weeks of pregnancy, or when necessary to protect her life or health;
3. Ensuring that physicians operating within their scope of practice cannot be criminally prosecuted in New York for providing such care; and
4. Retaining those provisions in state law that allow the state to prosecute those who harm pregnant women.
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