Michigan Resolution Rejecting the Policies Contained in the Reproductive Health Act of New York (SR 27)
This law was last updated on Apr 24, 2019
This law is Anti–Choice
Mar 19, 2019
Primary Sponsors: 1
Total Sponsors: 8
Full Bill Text
SR 27 is a resolution rejecting the policies contained in New York’s Reproductive Health Act, supporting President Trump’s call for an end to “late-term” abortions, and encouraging the U.S. Congress to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
The resolution claims the RHA:
[…]will allow abortions to occur virtually up to the time of natural birth and allow non-physicians to perform abortions.
The resolution is in response to the state of New York enacting the “Reproductive Health Act,” which removed abortion from the state’s criminal code and codified Roe v. Wade into New York State law.
3/19/19 – Introduced; referred to Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee.