HORRIBLE: Late-term abortion is now LEGAL in New York

New York’s legislature just passed a horrible abortion bill today that makes late-term abortions completely legal in the state.

And of course Gov. Cuomo signed the bill. On the anniversary of Roe vs Wade.



So it’s totally legal to murder unborn babies all the way up to birth to protect the mother’s “life” and “health”. That’s right, they added “health”. It’s despicable.

NY POST – New York’s abortion law was updated and strengthened Tuesday night when Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the Reproductive Health Act into law that had just passed the Senate and Assembly.

The bill was first introduced in the Democratic-run Assembly in 2006 but had not been taken up by the Senate until the Democrats wrested control from Republicans this year.

The law for the first time allows abortions after the 24-week mark to protect the mother’s health or in cases where the fetus won’t survive.

Previously, abortions after that point were permitted only to preserve a mother’s life.

The legislation also removes abortion from the criminal code and clarifies that a range of medical professionals, not just licensed physicians, can perform the procedure.

That’s right. Doctors aren’t the only ones who can perform abortions now…

The measure, which takes effect immediately, expands access to abortions by authorizing other health professionals – beyond physicians under a 1970 state law that came three years ahead of the landmark Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision – to perform abortions.

Physician assistants will be permitted to also carry out surgical abortions and licensed midwives and nurse practitioners can do nonsurgical procedures using medications if they are “acting within his or her lawful scope of practice,” according to the legislation.

It really is horrific the way they’ve expanded it. Many more babies will never see the light of day because of this evil.

Here’s a few comments from my Catholic brother from another mother…







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