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Ultrasound Abortion Bills are good healthcare for women and their
children. We applaud efforts to improve our Nation’s growth.
It’s disturbing to see
, was not included on the list of states with this good proposed health
care legislation, but do not lose heart. Small Victories ministry, a
pro-life mobile pregnancy van, is embedded outside the Midwest’s
largest late-term abortion mill, that being Hope Clinic in Granite City
For over fifteen years daily, we counsel and offer free
ultrasounds to any woman who finds herself in a difficult situation or
without insurance or medical coverage, so that women have every option
available to them in order for them to make an informed decision. We are
a “window to the womb” letting women view and listen to their unborn
child’s heartbeats. We also follow-up with free physician care,
prenatal services and other resources. Over 60% of the clients we see are from outside the state of
being the front-runner in unplanned pregnancies. Pregnant women/girls
are not walking into pregnancy centers for an abortion, but every woman
walking into the abortion mill is there to
Small Victories promote and ensure the best care and options for women
and their children for healthy lives, and try to maintain a healthy
environment so families will thrive. That is why you can’t just say
you’re pro-life, it does not save babies or the family unit: Acting
pro-life does. You have to save the baby first before you can hand out
diapers. And you have to be outside abortion facilities with free
resources and other alternatives in Christian love everyday they are
operating. Making this option available may not change a woman’s mind
on abortion, but at least vital information is not being with-held. www.smallvictoriesusa.com
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States Consider Ultrasound Abortion Bills
Would Require A Woman Have Chance To See Ultrasound
February 8, 2009
- Abortion foes have a new
tactic: The hope that women can't look away. Lawmakers in 12 states are
considering bills that would offer or require ultrasounds before a woman
gets an abortion. The most stringent are proposed laws in
, which would require a doctor show the ultrasound image of the fetus to
the woman, despite legal challenges to a similar measure in
: A physician or counselor would be required to provide a woman with an
ultrasound photograph of the fetus.
: A woman would be required to view an ultrasound at least 18 hours
before an abortion, hear the fetal heartbeat and receive a copy of the
: A doctor would have to tell a woman at least 30 minutes before
performing an abortion that she has the right to view an ultrasound
image and listen to the heartbeat.
: A clinic providing abortions would have to be equipped with an
ultrasound machine and offer a woman a chance to see it and listen to
the heartbeat. The bill is currently restricted to one county.
: A doctor or other "qualified professional" would have to
offer the woman the chance to see an ultrasound and hear the heartbeat.
They'd also have to provide a list of services that perform ultrasounds
-- Nebraska: At least 24 hours before performing an abortion, a doctor
would be required to perform an ultrasound and display them "so
that the woman may choose to view the ultrasound images or not." A
woman could also request a medical description of the image. An
alternative bill would require a doctor to tell a woman 24 hours before
an abortion that an ultrasound is available.
: A woman must be offered an ultrasound.
: An abortion couldn't be performed before a doctor offered a woman the
chance to see an ultrasound.
: Already has a law requiring that women be given the option of viewing
an ultrasound at least one hour before getting an abortion. This year,
there's a bill to make the waiting period 24 hours.
-- Texas: At least two hours before performing an abortion, a doctor
would be required to perform an ultrasound and display the images
"in a manner that the pregnant woman may view them," as well
as describing the images and letting her hear the heartbeat.
: An ultrasound would be required, and the woman would be offered the
chance to view the image.
: Before performing an abortion, a doctor would be required to show a
woman the ultrasound images "in a way the pregnant woman may view
them," and provide a medical description of the images.
(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
Copyright © 2009, KTVI-TV
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