Rep. Kremer Heralds Passage of Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Today the Wisconsin State Assembly passed SB 179, the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act - a bill that will protect five month old, unborn children from the pain caused by late-term abortion procedures. Prevailing medical evidence affirms that unborn children, at 20 weeks postfertilization, can feel pain. In response to the bill’s passage, Assembly author Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statement:
Rep. Kremer Heralds Passage of Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act “We have a compelling state interest to protect unborn children from pain, and the ‘Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act’ does just that. This bill acknowledges the scientific evidence affirming fetal pain capability at 20 weeks, shifting the moral and ethical direction of our state so that the citizens of Wisconsin will no longer have to tolerate the scientifically proven, painful and gruesome killing of innocent children...
Rep. Kremer Requests Investigation of Planned Parenthood Regarding Sale of Body Parts Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statement this afternoon to all legislators, the Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary Kitty Rhoades and Governor Scott Walker regarding the video from a leading Planned Parenthood doctor purporting that the organization may be in the business of selling fetal body parts for profit.
Rep. Kremer Statement on SB 205 Signed into Law Today, Governor Walker signed SB 205 into law, granting a 6 percent, retroactive pay increase to Wisconsin State Troopers. In response, Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statement:
Rep. Kremer Statement on 2015 Act 56: Wisconsin’s Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is Law Today, Governor Walker signed SB 179 into law, granting long overdue protections to unborn children who are capable of feeling pain caused by gruesome late-term abortion procedures. In response, Rep. Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statement: