Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-10 05:40:47 –
Raleigh, North Carolina (AP) — Senator North Carolina will consider a proposal on Tuesday to ban women from having an abortion based on fetal race, gender, or prenatal testing for Down Syndrome.
If the Senate approves the proposal, it will go to Democratic Governor Roy Cooper. Roy Cooper is unlikely to sign because he refused previous efforts to limit women’s constitutional right to abortion.
Abortion groups fear that Republican-sponsored and few Democrat-backed plans will limit the ability of pregnant women to give birth and have open conversations with doctors.
If approved, Houseville 453 requires North Carolina abortion providers to ensure that women are not trying to end their pregnancy to avoid children with Down Syndrome and babies of unwanted races and genders. To do.
Some Democrats told doctors that prenatal testing for Down’s syndrome, if not motivational, influenced the decision not to get pregnant, and the bill forced women to become pregnant. I’m afraid.
Activists against abortion say the plan promotes equality by eliminating modern eugenics, which has reduced the population of people with disabilities.
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