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Right to LIfe of Idaho: 'We have decided to pull SB 1387'

Right to Life of Idaho has issued a press release saying it's pulling the proposed forced ultrasound bill. "Due to misconceptions about SB 1387, the complexity of this issue, and the lack of time left in the  session, we have decided to pull Senate Bill 1387 to work on concerns with plans to bring it back next year," said Jason Herring, president of the group, in the release. Click below for the rest of his statement.

"We want to commend the diligent work and efforts of Senator Chuck Winder and Representative Janice McGeachin, as well as Senators Curt McKenzie, Sheryl Nuxoll, Steve Vick, Shirley McKague, and Representatives Brent Crane, Gayle Batt, Vito Barbieri, Reed DeMordaunt, Paul Shepherd, Judy Boyle, and Carlos Bilbao. Senate Bill 1387 protects a woman's right to view and a child's right to be seen. Children in the womb cannot speak, cry, vote, text, email, phone call, or petition their government for redress of grievances. But children in the womb can be seen if we allow them. They deserve the right to be seen just as every woman deserves the right to make a fully informed decision about abortion. Women cannot make a fully informed decision if they are kept in the dark about the reality, visibility, and humanity of the life growing and developing within their womb. This debate is far from over. And we are committed to the passionate pursuit of truth and justice for Idaho's women and children - our future generations."

-Jason Herring, president
Right to Life of Idaho
 




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