Kids in ‘grave danger’ after red state judge halts abortion parental consent law: Pro-life activist

Despite being a dangerous state, Montana has been debating the topic of abortion for months and failed to pass a life support bill in the 2022 midterm elections. However, pro-life activist Lila Rose believes that residents “choose pro-life protection when given access to the pro-life message.”

A Montana judge recently expanded access to abortion for minors by suspending a law requiring parental consent for anyone under the age of 16 to have an abortion.

“Pro-abortion forces are raging in Montana, and judges have even ordered that young girls be allowed to have abortions without parental consent,” said Rose, president of Live Action. “This is an incredibly destructive policy that opens the door to rampant human trafficking and puts children of all ages at grave risk.”

Voters in Montana rejected November’s Birth Infant Protection Act, which requires medical professionals to save children born alive after a failed abortion attempt. Even though the bill does not ban abortion at all, it was defeated by about 20,000 votes, with 53% voting against and 47% voting in favor.

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Lila Rose is the president of Live Action. (live action)

Rhodes believes Montana residents would not have voted against the life support ballot measure if they had been properly informed of its purpose.

“Americans, including my friends in Great Montana, choose to protect pro-life when given access to the pro-life message. spent and outcommunicated … because of that loss., children in Montana are not protected from the brutality of abortion violence from the moment of birth until after,” Rose told Fox News Digital. told to

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The Montana House of Representatives recently introduced the Infant Safety and Care Act, a law similar to the one seen in the November vote, to protect babies born alive after a botched abortion.

HB 575 prohibits “abortion of fetuses with fetal viability except when necessary to sustain the life of the mother” and defines fetal viability as the point at which the fetus can survive outside the uterus. introduced as a clarification law.


Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee also HB 721 prohibits abortion after the 12th week of pregnancy and calls for “prohibition of abortion procedures by amputation”.

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