Michigan Bill Prohibiting Abortion Funding (SB 162)
This law was last updated on Mar 16, 2019
SB 162 would cut funding to health facilities that also perform elective abortions.
The bill asks the state to:
Refrain from allocating funds to an entity that considers an elective abortion to be a part of the continuum of health care for the purposes of family planning or comprehensive reproductive health services.
Under this law, state agencies would be prohibited from allocating federal or state funds to a facility that performs more than 120 abortions per year and that advertises outpatient abortion services.
Companion Bill to HB 4221.
Similar to SB 575, which failed to pass in 2015.