New South Wales Member for Mulgoa Tanya Davies
42 Member Legislative Council To Vote On Bill During Tuesday 20 August 2019
Victor P Taffa
Please kindly ask your friends and family to send emails to all Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council asking them to reject this Revolting And Horrible Abortion Bill 2019.
This Revolting And Horrible Abortion Bill 2019 will be debated in the Legislative Council Chamber on Tuesday 20 August 2019.
New South Wales Member for Mulgoa Tanya Davies has kindly advised people of the details of this Revolting And Horrible Abortion Bill 2019.
This bill is officially known as the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill which will allow significant changes to laws concerning abortion in New South Wales.
New South Wales Legislative Assembly has 93 Members.
Despite 31 Members of Parliament, including Member for Mulgoa Tanya Davies, voting against the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill, it has passed the New South Wales Legislative Assembly.
“During the course of the debate I and my colleagues put forward a series of amendments which will be debated, along with the Bill, in the Legislative Council next week.” Ms. Davies said.
To ensure that your voice is heard by the Legislative Council before it is voted on next week, this bill includes the follow revolting and horrible aspects:
- This bill would legalise abortion on the basis of sex-selection.
- This bill will allow for late-term abortions from 22 weeks up until birth.
- There is no requirement that neonatal care be given to a child born alive as a consequence of undergoing an abortion procedure.
- This bill will require doctors to facilitate, or refer, an abortion, even if they have a conscientious objection.
- There is currently no requirement that medical practitioners report abortion procedures performed on girls under 16 years to the Secretary of the Department of Communities and Justice.
Member for Mulgoa Tanya Davies encourages people to contact any or all of the 42 Members of the Legislative Council before 20 August 2019 to express opposition to the bill.
“Before the bill is debated next Tuesday, 20 August, I urge you to contact as many members of the Legislative Council as possible to express your position on this bill and to ask them to support the amendments passed by the Legislative Assembly.” Ms. Davies said.
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