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2253, as amended, would revise the general and
late-term abortion statutes, the Woman’s-Right-To-Know Act,
and the state tax statutes. In addition, the bill would add a
new statutory provision that would declare the life of each
human being begins at fertilization, with all state laws to be
interpreted and construed to protect the rights, privileges, and
immunities of the unborn child, only subject to the U.S.
Constitution and the judicial decisions and interpretations by
the U.S. Supreme Court.
The bill would provide that nothing in the new provisions
shall apply to an abortion that is necessary to preserve the
life of the pregnant woman.