6/2/2015
Testimony: Senate Committee on Health and Human Services & Assembly Committee on Health, June 2, 2015 ( Senate Bill 179) requiring a determination of probable postfertilization age of an unborn child before abortion, prohibiting abortion of an unborn child considered capable of experiencing pain.
5/7/2015
Bill Text: "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act" Viability is not the only compelling reason to preserve life. It has been determined that by the fifth month of pregnancy, or 20 weeks, an unborn child is able to feel pain. As such, I believe we have a duty and a moral obligation to protect these children from the horrific procedures used to snuff out their lives. The barbaric and painful mutilation of little children is something that no humane and compassionate society should tolerate.
5/7/2015
Press Release: "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act" Viability is not the only compelling reason to preserve life. It has been determined that by the fifth month of pregnancy, or 20 weeks, an unborn child is able to feel pain. As such, I believe we have a duty and a moral obligation to protect these children from the horrific procedures used to snuff out their lives. The barbaric and painful mutilation of little children is something that no humane and compassionate society should tolerate.