The public pressure has finally resulted in the bill officially being laid to rest for the legislative season.
A Virginia proposal would have mandated that insurance companies pay for forced ultrasounds now required by law.
A myriad of amendments have been attached to the proposal in an attempt to kill the entire bill.
The bill, which is proposed each year in the state legislature, once more has died in the Health committee.
After an attempt to spread the story of one woman’s brush with the new law, a reporter is now in the unemployment line.
A bill that looked like a sure thing once it passed the Senate may now not even get a hearing in the House.
Swindell’s ultrasound theater performance got a standing ovation — from those who support the bill.
Well that’s awkward. Apparently lawmakers can legislate ultrasounds, but can’t watch one.
Oh, Chuck Winder, you need to stop trying to talk about medical procedures…
Because if the “father” is ok with it, well then, an abortion is just fine.