Massachusetts House Rejects Born-Alive Amendment

Death by MURDER…

The Massachusetts House of Representatives rejected an amendment Wednesday that would require a physician to try to save the life of a baby born after an attempted abortion.

The amendment, which reflects the language in current state law, failed on a 30-120 vote.

Two Republican legislators filed the proposed amendment onto a bill seeking to expand access to abortion in the state. (It’s Massachusetts House Bill 5179.)

This amendment refers to a baby, born alive, having survived an abortion attempt. We’re talking about a human being outside of the womb,” said state Representative Marc Lombaro (R-Billerica), during House debate on Wednesday, December 16.

Written by Matt McDonald for New Boston Post ~ December 17, 2020

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