West Virginia Passes Abortion Pill Reversal Bill

The Second Chances at Life Act (HB 2982/SB 609) successfully passed in the West Virginia Senate. The bill will require that a woman be informed that the effects of the chemical abortion pill can be reversed to save her baby if she changes her mind after taking it. More than 40 percent of all abortions in West Virginia are chemical abortions. "The bill will do two things," said West Virginians for Life Political Liaison Karen Cross. "It will inform the girl/woman that if she changes her mind, she may be able to save her baby with the help of medical professionals. And it provides her the ability to act on that information by including a list of medical professionals versed in abortion pill reversal protocol on the existing DHHR Women's Right to Know website. Women deserve full information when making this life changing decision." Read more...


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