Montana Referendum to Protect Infants After Botched Abortion FAILS to Pass

Montana Referendum to Protect Infants After Botched Abortion FAILS to Pass


One of the most shocking votes on election day came out of Montana.

A Republican-backed referendum gave voters the ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ option to ensure medical care for babies delivered alive at any point in pregnancy, including those delivered after botched abortions.

Montana voters were given the option to affirm or deny Legislative Referendum 131 being signed into law.

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The Associated Press called the vote Thursday afternoon.

And the results baffled conservatives across the nation.

“With 95% of the vote in, 52.4% of Montana resident voted ‘No’ on the referendum, as opposed to 47.6% who voted ‘Yes,’” Fox News reports.

“If residents had voted ‘Yes,’ the referendum would have enacted a law guaranteeing any infant born alive at any stage of pregnancy protections as a

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