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106th Congress 1st Session House of Representatives To reform abortion in the United States IN THE US HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES Ms BlankRepresentative introduced the following bill that was referred to the committee on public healthcare and welfare A BILL To initiate an abortion bill that would allow women the choice to decide the fate of their unborn child 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives 2 In the United States in Congress Assembled 3 SECTION 1 TITLE 4 This act may be cited as the Abortion Freedom Act of 2000 5 The PURPOSES of this act are 6 1 To give a woman free choice regarding abortions 7 2 To keep public facilitates from restricting abortions 8 3 To have abortions readily available for women regardless of background and such 9 SECTION 3 ENACTMENT 10 The following subsections of House of Representatives shall be established to accomplish the said 11 purposes 12 1 FEDERAL RESTRICTIONS 13 a The federal government cannot prevent any woman from having an abortion 14b Funding for abortions would be provided by the government and money would be taken out 15 of the defense budget for select cases 16c Federal government does not have a say on who can and cannot have an abortion 17d Abortions to women under the age of eighteen must have parent notification however no 18 parent has the right to make the final decision 19e No state city county can prosecute anyone who preformed or had an abortion 20 2 PROTECTION FOR WOMEN 21a Women will be escorted in and out of the building by guards 22b Women will stay in the clinic for a mandatory minium of two days after the operation to 23 ensure that no health or immediate mental problems arise 24c Protestors will be ordered to stay
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