Well, here in the Cowboy State, certain Liberaltarian-Republicarats seem to think that a woman shouldn’t be presented with options when choosing abortion. After all, it’s the woman’s choice.
But over in Tennesee, there’s a state legislator that has his head on his shoulders:
The move would help track how many abortions are performed, said Representative Stacey Campfield, who introduced the bill. But it also could create a public record of which women are having abortions.
“All these people who say they are pro-life — at least we would see how many lives are being ended out there by abortions,” Campfield said.
Other states are going for the near all-out ban:
In South Dakota, lawmakers who watched voters turn down a proposed near-total ban on abortions last year have revived the legislation. Mississippi also considered a near-total ban last year, and Utah has legislation in progress that would ban abortion except for rape, incest and saving the mother’s health.
Amazingly enough, Planned Un-Parenthood has yet to condemn the introduced bill.