Florida Lawmaker Proposes "Heartbeat Bill"

 (Tallahassee, FL)  --  The Florida House will hear a bill that would criminalize abortions performed once a fetal heartbeat is detected.  Republican Representative Mike Hill brought forward the proposal.  It would make it a third-degree felony to perform an abortion if there is a detectable fetal heartbeat.  Currently abortions can be performed up to 24 weeks in Florida.

 
Veto Override On Ohio 'Heartbeat Bill' Fails In Ohio Senate
Veto Override On Ohio 'Heartbeat Bill' Fails In Ohio Senate
Ohio Senate falls one vote short of overturning Governor's veto of "Heartbeat Bill."

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