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This State Becomes The First To OUTLAW Abortion Pills

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This State Becomes The First To OUTLAW Abortion Pills

(FamilyConservationPAC.com) – After the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision, Wyoming became the first state to restrict abortion drugs when Gov. Mark Gordon (R) signed a bill into law on Friday.

According to the “Prohibiting Chemical Abortions” bill, any doctor or individual who disperses, prescribes, or otherwise delivers abortion pills risks a possible six-month prison sentence and a fine of up to $9,000.

Criminal charges cannot be brought against women who carry out or attempt chemical abortions.

SF 109, according to the bill’s sponsor, state Sen. Tim Salazar, is to safeguard the unborn against substances that aim to end human life.

Wyoming will make it plain that it wants to protect women and the unborn from these harmful chemicals used to end the lives of unborn children through abortion by passing this law.

Mifepristone, the first drug in a two-drug abortion regimen, is used for more than half of all abortions in the United States, according to research by the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute.

Up from 39% in 2017, medication was responsible for 53% of all abortions in 2020.

In his videos about various abortion techniques, former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino explained how drug-induced abortions function. The progesterone activity the mother’s body generates to support the pregnancy is blocked by the first medication, mifepristone.

When progesterone is inhibited, the uterine lining deteriorates, the developing baby is deprived of blood and nutrients, and the infant eventually perishes inside the mother’s womb.

The second medication, misoprostol (Cytotec), subsequently induces bleeding and contractions to help the baby exit the mother’s uterus.

13 states already have a “blanket ban on all forms of abortion,” and 15 states “have limited access” to abortion medicines. Yet, the Associated Press noted that until now, no state had approved a law explicitly forbidding the use of abortion drugs.

In addition, Gordon permitted the “Life is a Human Right Act,” a different pro-life bill, to be passed without his signature. Gordon expressed worry that the proposal would lead to a lawsuit that would “delay any determination to the validity of the abortion ban in Wyoming,” according to CBS News.

Wyoming already has a law that forbids abortions. Still, a court last year halted the law due to continuing legal disputes.

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