Sunday, February 26, 2012

Alabama ultrasound bill

  • WASHINGTON -- Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (R) said Sunday morning that he has just learned about the transvaginal ultrasound bill pending in the state legislature and has not studied it.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A bill facing de­bate in the Alabama Senate could require a woman seeking an abortion to un­dergo an ultrasound in which a doctor or technician inserted an ultrasound transducer, or wand, into her vagina.
  • (Everything Alabama Blog)
  • Senator Reed ran on a number issues, including ethics. Other peoples ethics. Not his, apparently. From his campaign Web site: I support legislation to put real teeth in our ethics laws.
  • "That said, the passage of an ultrasound bill is essential to advancing a culture of life the abortion practitioner to offer the opportunity to view the image: Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, Okahoma and Mississippi.
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  • Always controversial, the topic of abortion is now at a boiling point in Alabama. State Senator Clay Scofield wants women to take a last look at the life theyre about to end with a controversial form of ultrasound.
  • (WAAY-TV)
  • Instead, McDonnell said, the bill should -- quote -- explicitly state Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida require an ultrasound, but leave it to the physician to determine the type. MAN: Youre killing a baby.
  • (NewsHour)
  • Both Colorado, Mississippi, North Dakota and Alabama have all been unsuccessful in their McDonnell has stated his intention to sign the "transvaginal ultrasound" bill if it lands on his desk.
  • (The Frisky)
  • An ultrasound revealed has introduced a bill that could lead to a statewide vote on when life begins. Passing such a constitutional amendment could outlaw abortions and some forms of birth control in Alabama.
  • (Fort Payne Times Journal)

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