SPRINGFIELD – While other industries are either moving out of Illinois or choosing to downsize rather than expand, Illinois – already the least restrictive state on the abortion industry – will soon be allowed at least 10 new policies that will encourage abortions with SB 25 becoming law.
At the same time, Midwestern states surrounding Illinois like Missouri and Indiana are restricting abortions once the babies' heartbeat is detected, or at eight weeks.
The Illinois Right to Life released a list of 10 ways Illinois' abortion industry will thrive with SB 25 becoming law.
1) Creates a fundamental right to abortion.
2) Re-defines “fetal viability” and “health of the patient”.
3) Jeopardizes enforcement of the Parental Notice of Abortion Act.
4) Would effectively eliminate licensing and health and safety inspections of abortion clinics.
5) Forces all private insurance companies to cover abortion with no exception for churches, synagogues, mosques, and other religious institutions to get insurance plans that do not pay for abortions.
6) Would allow non-physicians (advanced practice registered nurses) to do chemical/medical abortions like the dangerous RU-486 for the first time in Illinois.
7) Removes language with requirements for physicians if babies are born alive in abortion.
8) Removes any independent rights of a fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus under the laws of this Act.
9) Removes the law prohibiting “referral fees” or kickbacks for abortion referrals.
10) Removes the requirement for county coroners to investigate a “maternal or fetal death due to abortion”
More details at their website: Illinois Right to Life
RU-486 Chemical is produced by a sister company. That produce the Chemical used to Kill Jews in Dacha and other places in Europe.
This shows the link between the Holocaust in Europe and the Holocaust in USA.
Love Saves Lives
There is no way to stop the radicalized and fascistic left in Illinois. This state is a political lost cause and will be deep blue until it destroys itself…and even then the blind will not see. Some might choose to remain and fight, but there comes a time when one must recognize that a fight is a lost.
In the spirit of “pro-choice,” my choice is to leave Illinois as soon as I practically can. I have obligations here for another year, but immediately thereafter, I will leave the state and move to either a purple or red state.
We are in a cold civil war in this country…and one of the best means we have of combating radicalism is to remove the tax dollars used to fund that radicalism. We can’t really do that at the Federal level, but we can at the State. Some will, no doubt, disagree with me, but I believe the time has come to vote with our feet.