Keep up to date with what is happening at the capital on all pro-life issues.
Iowa Senate has approved a 1.77 billion dollar Health and Human Service Bill which will block state funding to any health facility that refers or performs abortions. This new budget bill will reroute state funding dollars from the 12 abortion facilities to the 157 medical health centers which offer women in need of Medicare and Medicaid assistance full and comprehensive care. This budget bill is now headed to Governor Branstad's desk.
Senate File 52 will prohibit aborted baby parts from being acquired, transferred, received, etc. from an abortion providers to any persons. This law would protect the sanctity of the aborted child from having his or her body being sold or volunteered for research of any kind. These children do not give consent for their little bodies to be used.
Senate File 52 has moved out of Sub Committee to Committee
Senate File 471 states no abortions can be performed on a child after 20 weeks of gestation unless the life of the mother is at risk. The bill also requires a 3 day waiting period for any women seeking an abortion and an ultrasound must be done prior to the abortion.
Senate File 471 has passed Senate and is to go to the Governor's desk
House File 240 would provide a regenerative medicine tax credit which would offer financial support for pro-life adult stem cell research. John Paul II Medical Institute has been lobbying this bill for several years because this bill would bring Iowans many benefits regardless if they are pro-life or secularists.
HF 240 passed through Committee
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