HB300 PRENATAL EQUAL PROTECTION ACT
No, it would not. Medical care or treatment provided with the requisite Consent by a licensed physician to avert the death of a pregnant mother that results in the accidental or unintentional
A injury or death of her unborn child is not a crime.
This would not prohibit fertility specialists trom pertorming in vitro fertilization (IVF). However, it would prohibit them and anyone else from willtully killing or pertorming destructive experiments upon living embryos.
This bill removes inconsistencies in Kentucky homicide laws by clarifying that the term person and "human being" includes a preborn child providing equal justice and protection tor all citizens born or preborn.
No, it would not. Under this bill, only the intentional destruction of the preborn would be a crime. This bill clarifies that no one can be prosecuted for a natural miscarriage.
No, it would not. This bill cannot be used to retroactively prosecute people for abortions that took place in the past. Retroactive punishment violates both the US and the Kentucky constitutions.
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