U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann Introduces Heartbeat Informed Consent Act in Congress


Posted on October 12th, in Issues, News, News & Opinion, Ultrasound.

A new bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn, would require abortion providers to make an unborn child’s heartbeat visible and audible to its mother in order for her to give her informed consent for an abortion.

“A pregnant woman who enters an abortion clinic is faced with a decision that will forever change two lives,” said Bachmann. “That’s why she must have the very best information with which to make that decision.”

The Heartbeat Informed Consent Act, which was introduced in Congress on Oct. 6, is similar to laws in several states that require a pregnant woman to be given the chance to see ultrasound images of her unborn child before she chooses to have an abortion.

Source: National Catholic Register