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    This page contains partial birth abortion information including Nevada LIFE opinions and answers to questions about abortion with links to other powerful sites below. Please Scroll down the page for those opinions and links.

    What is partial birth abortion? Why did 30 states ban them? Used in late term abortions, sometimes as late as 32 weeks or more, the abortionist pulls the child feet first through the birth canal. Before the baby passes through the cervix, the abortionist holds the child’s torso, punctures his head, and inserts a suction tube to remove the child’s brains to kill him before he passes through the cervix to legal personhood. This barbaric killing of unborn children is called partial birth abortion.

    In 2007, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the constitutionality of the Partial Birth Abortion Ban.  The decision allowed the law to go into effect for the first time since it was signed by President Bush in 2003-and after 8 years of hearings which found that Partial Birth Abortion is never necessary to save the life of the mother and, after 2 vetoes by President Bill Clinton.

    Partial birth abortion is a gruesome procedure which shocks our sensibilities and numbs our senses.  The unborn child is killed inches from birth during the process of delivery by poking a hole in the head of the unborn child and removing (suctioning out) the unborn’s brains. 

    Writing for a 5-4 majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote, "The Act proscribes a method of abortion in which a fetus is killed just inches before completion of the birth process.. Congress determined that the abortion methods it proscribed had a 'disturbing similarity to the killing of a newborn infant.'"  The majority ruled that a general ban on the method is permissible and does not violate the general "abortion right" enunciated in past decisions such as Roe v. Wade (1973) and Casey v. Planned Parenthood (1992).

    The act is supported by 70 percent of Americans, many who support the choice to abort, but reject this barbaric and inhumane procedure which to them borders on infanticide.  While it is unclear whether or not this means the eventual dismantling of Roe, it is the first step in the process of bringing abortion policy in line with public views and a step away from the radical doctrine of the Supreme Court embodied in Roe, Casey and Carhart.  That doctrine, supported by abortion advocates, says there are no protections for any unborn child, not even from abortions which kill the unborn inches from birth.  

    The Court's decision draws a bright line between abortion and infanticide.  Abortion advocates of this gruesome procedure shows how radical and at odds their abortion policy is with the American people who are revulsed by Partial Birth Abortion.

    Nevada LIFE Partial Birth Abortion Opinions

    No Defending Banned Procedure, Don Nelson, May 18, 2007

    Partial Birth Abortion Barbaric....And Real Don Nelson

    Court Must Allow States To Ban Partial Birth Abortion Don Nelson

    Abortion Debate: Morally Defining Moment For Nation Don Nelson

    Nevada LIFE Partial Birth Abortion Press Releases:

    Court Upholds Constitutionality of Partial Birth Abortion Ban, Bans Brutal Procedure Killing Unborn During The Process Of Delivery.  First Ban On Abortions Since Roe.  Supported By 70 Percent of Americans.  April 18, 2007

    Supreme Court To Hear Partial Birth Abortion Case. Ban Would Be First Instance Of Ban On Any Abortions Since Roe. Would Begin Process To Bring Abortion Policy In Line With Public’s Views. February 21, 2006

    Judge Says Partial Birth Abortion Is Gruesome, Barbaric, Uncivilized And Causes Severe Pain, August 26, 2004

    Judge Places Injunction On Partial Birth Abortion Ban. Ignores Fetal Pain. June 2, 2004

    Media Advisory On Recycled Partial Birth Abortion Myths April 18, 2004

    Partial Birth Abortion Health Exception Is Clear, Real And Unnecessary November 5, 2003  What do these words from the Partial Birth Abortion Ban mean except to say that it contains a health exception for the mother?  “This subsection does not apply to a partial-birth abortion that is necessary to save the life of a mother whose life is endangered by a physical disorder, physical illness, or physical injury, including a life-endangering physical condition caused by or arising from the pregnancy itself.?nbsp;

    Bush Signs Partial Birth Abortion Ban.  Partial Birth Abortion Myths Recycled. November 5, 2003  Read about 8 myths that have been recycled as this bill has been passed and signed into law. 

    President To Sign Partial Birth Abortion Ban Wednesday November 5, 2003 November 4, 2003 Senator Ensign says the description of Partial Birth Abortion, during delivery, makes you shudder. 

    Partial Birth Abortion Ban Passes October 21, 2003 (Note this release occurred after a conference committee to settle differences between the two bills in the Senate and the House of Representatives.)

    Partial Birth Abortion Passes, First Ban On Abortion Since Roe June 5, 2003 

    Supreme Court Strikes Down Partial Birth Abortion Ban June 29, 2000  

    Questions About Partial Birth Abortion

    Follow the links below to answers to important questions on partial abortion by National Right to Life Commitee's Federal Legislative Director, Douglas Johnson.    Click here to go to NRLC's outstanding Partial Birth Abortion Page.  Click here to go to NRLC's  page with these questions.

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