Pence Commended for Signing Dignity for the Unborn Bill

March 24, 2016

New Law Bans Abortions on Basis of Potential Disability, Gender and Race, Among Other Measures

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Gov. Mike Pence

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Right to Life commends Gov. Mike Pence for signing the dignity for the unborn bill (House Enrolled Act 1337) today.

“Gov. Pence has long been a champion for the unborn and their mothers,” said Mike Fichter, President and CEO of Indiana Right to Life. “By signing the dignity for the unborn bill, Gov. Pence has again signified his commitment to protecting life. We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race. We also believe that the other measures in the bill are positive steps forward for providing dignity and compassion.”

HEA 1337 deals with various measures related to abortion, including putting into law Hoosiers’ longstanding values that babies shouldn’t be aborted because of disability, gender or race. In addition, it provides perinatal hospice information to parents who receive a negative prenatal diagnosis. It imposes respectful disposal methods of aborted fetal remains so that baby body parts aren’t comingled with gall bladders and treated as medical waste. It prohibits the transportation of an aborted baby into or out of Indiana except for the purpose of final disposition. It also increases informed consent for women by prohibiting group counseling before an abortion so that the woman has an opportunity to discuss the upcoming abortion procedure in private.

Indiana Right to Life’s mission is to protect the right to life, especially of unborn children, through positive education, compassionate advocacy and promotion of healthy alternatives to abortion.
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  1. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  2. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  3. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  4. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  5. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  6. […] Right to Life, however, is pleased with the legislation saying in a […]

  7. […] potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement […]

  8. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  9. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  10. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  11. […] Indiana Right to Life said, "The other measures in the bill are positive steps forward for providing dignity and compassion." […]

  12. […] "We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual's potential disability, gender or race," Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  13. […] “We are pleased that our state values life no matter an individual’s potential disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. […]

  14. […] disability, gender or race,” Mike Fichter, the head of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement. “We also believe that the other measures in the bill are positive steps forward for providing […]

  15. James Braker says:

    THANK YOU GOV. PENCE FOR STANDING FOR LIFE BLESSINGS JIM & CHARLENE BRAKER

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