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By Chris Woodward, Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow, March 6, 2020

Congress is being asked to make sure women seeking an abortion in all 50 states are fully informed before terminating their preborn child.

On Wednesday, U.S. Senators Kelly Loeffler (R-Georgia) and Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee) introduced the Woman’s Right to Know Act. Several pro-life groups are praising the proposed bill, among them Susan B. Anthony List, Georgia Life Alliance, and the 
National Right to Life Committee. NRLC’s Laura Echevarria explains that the measure requires that a woman seeking an abortion be fully informed about the procedure at least 24 hours prior.

“[Under this legislation] when a woman goes into an abortion clinic and is seeking an abortion, the abortionist will be required to give her information about medical risks regarding the abortion, as well as the gestational age of her child,” she tells OneNewsNow. “And also [she must be informed] where that child is in its development so that she is making a fully informed decision.”

As with any type of medical procedure, a person should be fully informed – and pro-lifers argue that abortion should not be an exception.

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