Colorado Democrats am voting against a legislation that would require medical care to be provided to survivors of failed abortions .
According to Colorado.gov , House Bill 1068 builds a “physician-patient relationship” between a babe bear alive and the doctor who attempted to perform the abortion.
House Bill 1068 would mandate that physicians “exercise the same degree of professional talent, attention, and diligence to preserve the life and health of the child as a reasonably attentive and honest specialist would render to any other child born alive at the same gestational age and requires that the child born alive be immediately to convey to a hospital.”
Failure are in keeping with the legislation would be considered a class 3 transgression for’ amateurish conduct on a medical license, ’ arising in a $100,00 civil penalty.
The Military Affairs Committee and House State Veteran killed the proposal in addition to House Bill 1098, which ought to have been outlawed abortions for fetuses past 22 weeks gestation. Colorado Politics has demonstrated that Republicans supported both bills while Democrat opposed them.
Shane Sandridge, the Republican Colorado Rep. sponsoring House Bill 1068 , noted that the bill was not against abortion, but against murder.
“It’s not an abortion greenback. It’s a assassination bill, ” said a disappointed Sandridge.
Republican Rep. Dave Williams too spoke out about the shocking blow to the pro-life community.
“It’s unfortunate because there is a large population of Coloradans that support this common-sense restriction, so that we can protect life and ensure the right to life is upheld, ” said Williams.
“We are talking about youths born alive, ” contributed Kristi Burton Brown, evil chairmen of the Colorado Republican party.
A tweet by the director of the Centennial Institute, Jeff Hunt, echoed the feeling of the Republican Representatives.
“The Colorado legislature exactly elected down a legislation that would require a doctor to provide medical care to a child who is born alive after subsisting an abortion, ” wrote Hunt. “A child is born, in need of help, and the Colorado legislature voted against mandating care. God have mercy.”
Jennifer Popik, the legislative director for National Right to Life, called the outrageous legislation “infanticide.”
“Pro-abortion Democrat oppose this bill and they should be forced to explain why their faithfulnes to the abortion industry’s agenda should allow a practice that is tantamount to infanticide, ” said Popik. “It is outrageous that a born-alive human person may be subjected to lethal violence with impunity or be treated as if she is medical waste.”