Bill to Protect Babies 20 Weeks and Older Blocked in Senate

votesagainsst3reWith 60 votes needed to proceed, the vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Children Protection Act was 52-42. That means the bill will not advance even though a majority of the Senate voted FOR the bill.

Unfortunately, it was a group of pro-abortion Democrats who couldn’t see their way to recognizing what all but seven countries in the world have acknowledged: that it is morally wrong to inflict pain on an innocent, vulnerable human being.

And take a look at the list that accompanies this story. Yep, there are the names of our two senators from New York, Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand — among the 42 senators who voted against protecting babies from excruciating abortions.

Read the story Majority of U.S. Senate votes to advance Pain-Capable Child Protection Act, but Democrats block consideration from the National Right to Life News.

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