West Virginia & Louisiana Become Latest States to Ban Dismemberment Abortion (Pennsylvania Bill Stopped by PP Pressure)

Louisiana Governor Signs Bill to Ban Dismemberment Abortions Gov. John Bel Edwards has signed into law to ban dismemberment abortions. Several other states, including West Virginia and Alabama, have already approved or are considering legislation to ban the dismemberment abortion technique — used to tear off a baby’s limbs during the abortion procedure during the later time segments of pregnancy. HB 1081, the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Act, authored by Rep. Mike Johnson, protects unborn babies by ending the brutal practice of dismemberment abortion in Louisiana. A dismemberment abortion, a subset of D&E abortions, is a second trimester abortion method where the abortionist uses forceps to seize and tear body parts from a live, unborn child…. For entire article, visit link below… [1 June 2016, Baton Rouge, LA, http://www.lifenews.com/2016/06/01/louisiana-governor-signs-bill-to-ban-dismemberment-abortions-tearing-off-babys-limbs/ ]   Original Article — West Virginia Abortion Dismemberment Ban Takes Effect Sunday, May 29, 2016, marks the 90th day since final passage in the West Virginia legislature of the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act (SB 10). It will now take effect. On March 10, the West Virginia Senate voted 25-9 and the House of Delegates voted 85-15 to override Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto of the Dismemberment Abortion Ban, making West Virginia the third state to pass this historic legislation. The bill, which earlier had passed 24-9 in the Senate (2/17/16) and 86-13 in the House (2/29/16), was vetoed on March 9, by Governor Tomblin. Prior to its passage in West Virginia, the measure was in effect in Kansas and Oklahoma. Since successful passage in West Virginia, Mississippi and (most recently) Alabama have followed suit. The...