Arizona House Backs Three Major Pro-Life Bills, Including Ban on Sales of Aborted Baby Parts
(LifeNews.com) Three pro-life bills are on their way through the Arizona legislature and soon could be on Gov. Doug Duceyâ€™s desk. The Arizona House gave preliminary approval to the bills. Already passed in the state Senate, the bills would regulate the use of dangerous chemical abortion drugs, ban the trafficking of aborted babiesâ€™ body parts and remove abortion groups from the state employee charitable giving program.
The second bill, state Senate Bill 1474, would end the inhumane treatment of aborted babiesâ€™ bodies by abortion clinics and research facilities. Similar to bills introduced in other states, SB 1474 would make it a crime to knowingly â€œsell, transfer, distribute, give away, accept, use or attempt to use any human fetus or embryo or any part, organ or fluid of the human fetus or embryo resulting from an abortion.â€ The bill includes exceptions for pathological studies to determine the cause of death and diagnostic tests to preserve the life of the mother or the unborn baby.
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