Grace Carr on April 23, 2019
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers vowed Monday to veto the state’s born-alive bill mandating doctors provide care to infants who survive abortion procedures, calling the legislation redundant.
“We have all sorts of issues to deal with in the state of Wisconsin and to pass a bill that is redundant seems to be not a productive use of time,” Evers said in a Monday interview, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “And clearly I ran on the belief — and I still believe — that women should be able to make choices about their health care. But this deals with a specific issue that’s already been resolved,” Evers added.
The proposed bill requires doctors to “exercise the same degree of professional skill, care, and diligence to preserve the life and health of the child as a reasonably diligent and conscientious health care provider would render to any other child born alive at the same gestational age,” according to the legislation. A doctor must ensure that a child born alive is immediately taken and admitted to the hospital, under the proposal.
Physicians who violate the law face fines up to $10,000 and a maximum of six years in prison.
Republican lawmakers introduced the bill, AB179, on April 18. The legislation hasn’t been voted on by legislative committees, according to The Hill.
Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed SB359, or the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act,” on April 18. The bill sought to explicitly direct physicians to provide care for infants who survive abortion procedures.
U.S. District Judge William Osteen recently struck down a North Carolina ban on abortions after 20 weeks. Legal abortions in the state may occur to the point of viability as determined by a presiding physician under Osteen’s ruling.
Senate Democrats also blocked the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act in February, which would have required doctors to provide medical care to babies who are born alive after an abortion procedure.
Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday also vetoed a bill that would have required doctors to tell women seeking abortions about an abortion reversal pill, The Chicago Tribune reported. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists maintains there is no medically accepted evidence saying “abortion reversal” is legitimate.
A number of states including Arkansas, North Dakota, Iowa, Mississippi and Kentucky have proposed or enacted laws outlawing abortion in the presence of a fetal heartbeat. Most of the bans have remained ineffective due to court orders prohibiting enforcement.
Evers did not respond to The Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment in time for publication.
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So much for the "unviable tissue mass" argument they've used as nauseum.
The GOV. should be charged with murder for every abortion done in his state.
THAN THEY ARE EVIL DEVILS, BECAUSE THEY DO NOT CARE ABOUT LIFE, BUT RATHER GIVE CHANCE TO DEATH !!! ! !!!
Keep killing your children America, it is coming back to bite you
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers comes down on side of MURDER.
That is what it is to allow a living being to die by withholding medical care.
[“We have all sorts of issues to deal with in the state of Wisconsin and to pass a bill that is redundant seems to be not a productive use of time,” Governor Tony Evers said.]
What does it hurt to sign a bill passed by the state's legislators for the "state’s born-alive bill, mandating doctors provide care to infants who survive abortion procedures", except to make sure that doctors don't allow a baby that survived and abortion and is still alive, to die. That's the only down-side to signing the bill, it will force doctors to save the lives of a babies that have survived abortions, that their mothers and Democrats want dead.
Our "Declaration of Independence" declares: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are crated equal, that they are endowed by their Creator (GOD) with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are "LIFE", Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness."
So when do we honor GOD's unalienable endowed Right of "LIFE"? At conception? Or what time during the pregnancy? When the baby is born alive, even after an attempted abortion?
When does our humanity kick in and we defend the lives of human babies? Before they are born, or after they are born? Is an attempted, but failed abortion of a live baby, a death sentence for that baby that survived a failed abortion. What law declares this and makes redundant the law that Governor Tony Evers says he won't sign and will veto, because of that redundancy, which law already on the books does this?
Pro-abortion activists and enablers will eventually have to explain their positions to a non-democrat judge. Good luck with that!
Too bad his mother didn’t feel that way. His kids should feel lucky that dear old dad didn’t do away with them. God will take care of him when he is judged and deems him a waste of time
Only a democraper could stand up and say what he did. It shows their depth of caring for the American people.
Let's pray there are enough votes to over ride his veto. How disgusting. Muslims take over most of Michigan and the Politicians become shameful humans.