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The scientifically-measurable and observable 4D ultrasound provides a visual tool of the pain an unborn child 20 weeks post-fertilization is able to feel.
The abortion procedure is violent and inhumane, and requires that a baby be pulled apart limb by limb using sharp, toothed forceps.
Unborn babies at 20 weeks not only have the anatomy to process pain but also the neurobiology to transmit painful sensations to the brain.
Recent medical research and analysis, especially since 2007, provides strong evidence for the conclusion that a functioning cortex is not necessary to experience pain.
The Delaware Legislature has a compelling state interest to protect human beings from pain and abuse, including protecting unborn babies from the pain of abortion.
Delaware has already recognized the humanity of 20 week old babies when it passed Lorenzo's law in 2017, which allows parents of 20 week old stillborn babies to receive a birth certificate.
It is the responsibility of legislators to do all they can to ensure a person’s safety, and part of that responsibility includes not withholding information that allows women to make fully informed decisions about their safety and well-being.
An ultrasound confirms important information about a pregnancy, from location and gestational age, to the critical diagnosis of an ectopic pregnancy which can be fatal if undiagnosed.
The state of Delaware must protect a woman's right to know and make informed decisions regarding her health and wellbeing.
First it was New York's 5 minute "in your face" cheering session celebrating their newly passed late term abortion law. One Catholic bishop described it as a "scene from hell." The NY law removes abortion-related crimes from the books, permits third-trimester abortions for any reason, allows abortions to be performed by medical personnel other than physicians, and makes it legal for viable babies born alive after failed late-term abortions to be denied medical care. This law overturns every pro-life protection on the books.
New York's Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a statement, “I am directing that New York’s landmarks be lit in pink to celebrate this achievement and shine a bright light forward for the rest of the nation to follow.”
When we label the killing of our own children a “bright light,” we know we are in an age of unprecedented evil.
Then in Virginia, another horrific bill was introduced and thankfully tabled in committee. Virginia's Democrat Governor Ralph Northman suggested that under the proposed law, if a baby was born alive, it would be made "comfortable" until a "discussion" between the mother and the physician could occur - meaning, to determine whether to let the baby die. We call that INFANTICIDE!
The 20 Week Protection Bill (the formal name is the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act). This bill was introduced in Delaware's Senate in March 2019 and in the House (SB21 and HB52). It protects babies at 20 weeks and older from the violent act of abortion. Scientific studies prove that 20 week old babies feel the pain of abortion.
USE THE RIGHT MESSAGING.
1) Refuse and reject this messaging of calling abortion "Reproductive healthcare" or "choice."
2) Call the baby a baby or a child, not a fetus.
3) Do not use the word "ban." Use the word "protect." Always.
In 2017, Delaware's General Assembly passed a law that creates a loophole that allows for late term abortion. The Delaware lawallows the physician performing the abortion to determine if the baby is "viable"...based on their good faith judgment.
During the Committee hearing process, the leading abortionist for Planned Parenthood said that a fetus could be 9 months and not viable! Exactly the point. And we disagree!
DFPC led the opposition and rallied support against Delaware's late term abortion bill in 2017. We continue to work to reach more people, fight for the unborn, and expose the truth about abortion in Delaware, but we need your help!
Section 7.4 says students can self-identify their gender or race.
Sections 7.3.1 – 7.4.1 uses the word “may,” meaning the school may disregard and bypass the parents altogether if the school (and who is that exactly?) perceives that the parent is “not supportive” (a non-ally) of the student in their new gender or race.
Sections 5.1 and 5.2 are completely subjective and create all sorts of opportunities for perceived discrimination as well as the avoidance of teaching certain historical and scientific facts. In addition, they usher in gender identity curriculum, and if one pushes back on it, it will be deemed discriminatory. It's clear that any kind of affirmation of a child’s biological sex can be construed as discriminatory, even telling a student about a scholarship opportunity (section 10.5).
Sections 220.127.116.11 - 6.4 allow for boys to play female sports. 6.4 opens up all contact sports, based on the definition of gender, which is however one identifies.
Section 8.0 mentions student privacy like it's an afterthought.
Sections 1.3 and 10.4 make this regulation a requirement.