Thursday, March 4, 2010

HB - 1063 - INFANTS BORN ALIVE





FLORIDA INFANTS BORN ALIVE
HB 1063


Provides protections for botched abortions performed at abortion clinics.

Update: 3/5/10 - Added to the Health Care Regulations Policy Committee This bill will be heard on March 9th at 3:00 pm in the Policy Committee

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

The hard left organizations such as Planned Parenthood are working to derail the Infants Born Alive legislation currently in the Florida House. We believe that every child is a gift from God and deserves a chance at life no matter what their situation, including those born with downs syndrome and other physical problems.



There are one too many botched abortions performed at abortion clinics in Florida, where the mother delivers a child born alive and the clinic does everything to kill the child by injecting a deadly drug to kill the infant. This is murder and in the eyes of God.



We believe that every child deserves the same chance at life that you and I received.





Florida legislature has introduced a bill that would protect the life of the child born alive and would hold abortion mills accountable for their horrific actions to kill a baby born alive.



http://www.ccsouthfla.org/Baby%20Born%20Alive%20Article.pdf



Bill Language:


Bill HB1063 - Infants Born Alive


Sponsor - Snyder


Co-sponsors - Plakon, Renaurt, Van Zant


GENERAL BILL Infants Born Alive: Designates act "Born Alive Infant Protection Act"; provides that infant born alive subsequent to abortion is entitled to same rights, powers, & privileges as child born alive in course of birth that is not subsequent to abortion; provides standard of care to be exercised by health care practitioners toward such child; requires health care practitioners to report violations; provides that violations may constitute grounds for discipline of health care practitioners under specified provision.



This bill is currently in the Health Care Regulation Policy Committee



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