The U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide the fate of Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban this June. It appears, at this point in time, that the Court’s rulings will be favorably for pro-life supporters. In simple terms, it will reverse much of the Roe v. Wade’s 1973 decision that energized proliferation of the abortion industry, led by Planned Parenthood in the US. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court’s action, while denouncing abortion on a national level, allows states to individually legislate abortion within their state.
It’s well known that the government for the State of New Jersey is extremely pro- abortion and has reached by already introducing numerous bills to support of the abortion industry for NJ. Governor Murphy, while publicly presenting his support for such legislation was joined by high level executives from Planned Parenthood. It is a well-known fact that Planned Parenthood donates to Murphy’s political machine as Murphy aggressively supports their abortion programs.
Recent legislation includes:
A1183 Reproductive Freedom Act follow up. This act would allow all qualified health care professionals to perform abortions; require all insurance carriers to cover abortions; and would invalidate and prohibit the future adoption of any laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, resolutions, or policies inconsistent with this standard.
SCR21/ ACR59 This is a proposed amendment to our state constitution to eliminating the requirement for parental notification for medical or surgical procedures or treatments related to pregnancy that would be performed on minor children.
A2007/S1101 This act would require a pre-K-12 annual flu vaccine as a requirement for all schools, public or private, and child care centers. What’s next?