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Senate Health Committee Passes Three Pro-Life Bills
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Tuesday, October 13, 2015


For Immediate Release
October 13, 2015

Contact: Matt Sande, Legislative Director, Cell (262) 352-0890

Senate Health Committee Passes Three Pro-Life Bills

Madison, WI - Today the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services passed three bills that, together, ban the sale and use of aborted fetal body parts and defund Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin of approximately $8 million annually. Senate Bill 260 would prohibit the sale and use of fetal tissue derived from induced abortions. Senate Bill 237 would redirect federal Title X family planning funds away from organizations that perform abortions. Senate Bill 238 would eliminate heavily inflated Medicaid contraceptive drug reimbursement rates. Pro-Life Wisconsin Legislative Director Matt Sande offered the following comments:

"Pro-Life Wisconsin applauds Chairwoman Vukmir and Senators Moulton and LeMahieu for their courage and conviction in moving these critical pro-life bills through committee today. Senate Bill 260 affirms the human dignity of aborted preborn children. Ethical and effective research does not depend on the desecration of aborted human beings. Senate Bills 237 and 238 further defund Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, the state's largest abortion provider. Abortion is not healthcare and government must stop using our tax dollars to fund abortion providers.  We urge the full Senate to debate and pass these bills without delay."

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