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Mississippi Kills Two Anti-Choice Bills

By ABL
Tuesday, April 3, 2012 15:42 EDT
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Good news from way down south:

JACKSON, Miss. — Two abortion-regulation bills have died under a deadline in the Mississippi Legislature, but supporters are trying to revive them.

 

Senate Judiciary B Committee Chairman Hob Bryan says he chose not to bring the bills up for consideration because he believes they would be challenged in court if they became law.

 

House Bill 1196 would’ve prohibited abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detectable, unless the woman’s health is at risk.

 

House Bill 790 would’ve regulated the use of the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 by requiring the prescribing physician to be in the room when a woman takes it.

 

Tuesday was the deadline for House and Senate committees to consider general bills that had already passed the opposite chamber.

 

Supporters are trying to put the abortion regulations into other, surviving bills.

Both of these bills come straight from Americans United for Life Mad Lib Legislation website.  I’ll be writing more about AUL in the upcoming days, so stay tuned.

(h/t Krystal Ball)

image via Amanda Underwood, all rights reserved.

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ABL aka Angry Black Lady aka Imani Gandy is a recovering attorney with a burning love of fire and perfectly-constructed sentences. The “anger” portion of her moniker stems not from her displeasure at the hellscape that American politics has become, but rather is a symptom of the pituitary tumor which has been indefinitely detained in her brain since 2006. When she’s not pointing out that people are wrong on the Internet – or writing for Balloon Juice, The Grio, The Team Uterati Wiki Project, or RH Reality Check -- she likes long sits on the beach. Also, she thinks gravity is a real downer. You can follow her on Twitter at @AngryBlackLady.
 
 
 
 
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