Bipartisan Majority Rejects Radical Abortion Bill Pushed By Senate Democrats

Bipartisan Majority Rejects Radical Abortion Bill Pushed By Senate Democrats


In a 51-49 vote, a bipartisan Senate majority rejected Democrats’ bid to pass the most extreme abortion bill in history on Wednesday that would have effectively legalized killing unborn babies up until birth and prohibited pro-life states from restricting abortions until after 23 weeks gestation.

Democrats tried to pass the legislation after a leaked draft of the Dobbs v. Jackson opinion signaled the United States Supreme Court’s intent to overturn Roe v. Wade. The bill’s intent was to hamper Republican states from passing pro-life laws such as those that restrict the killing of preborn babies, mandate waiting periods, and require ultrasounds.

Senate Republicans joined by Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin, however, voted down the legislation due to its sweeping provisions which would have ensured

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