There’s always something very disturbing going on in Georgia. Yesterday Georgia House Bill 762 was passed to strengthen the ban on the sale of aborted babies body parts.
Apparently, undercover videos have been spreading showing some of the top Planned Parenthood officials selling aborted babies’ body parts for ‘scientific experimentation’. There’s even a website that specializes in selling body parts.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, that Georgia House Bill 762 will make it a crime for anyone to sell aborted babies’ parts in Georgia. Penalties for violating the measure include up to five years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
State Rep. Wendell Willard, who sponsored the bill, said the legislation will strengthen the current state law that requires all aborted babies’ bodies to be cremated or buried. Willard said his bill also will ensure that there is an outright prohibition of the sale of aborted babies body parts. However, the bill will allow aborted babies’ body parts to be donated to research facilities, according to the report.
Legislators in the Georgia House also passed a second abortion-related bill Wednesday that would require more detailed reports about minor girls who have abortions, the local news report states. House Bill 555 would require the state Juvenile Court and Administrative Office of the Courts to report statistics to the state about girls ages 17 and younger who have abortions without notifying their parents.
“We want to ensure we’re receiving accurate facts about Georgia’s young women and their health decisions,” said state Rep. Joyce Chandler, who sponsored the bill.
Both bills move to the state Senate for consideration.