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Democrat Leadership Killed A Virginia Bill That Would Have Banned Post-Abortion Infanticide
By: Ashley Bateman
April 13, 2022

This month, Virginia’s Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin signed more than 100 bills into law following the state’s first General Assembly under his leadership. Following the 60-day winter session, bills approved by the April 11 deadline included several supported by the state’s pro-life lobby.

Youngkin signed an extension for safe haven protections and expanded education about infant relinquishment laws and the prohibition of requiring a surrogate to abort in some circumstances. Some pro-abortion laws were voted down before reaching the governor’s desk. Democrats in the Senate attempted to pass an assisted suicide bill but did not gain traction. Virginia’s law protecting citizens from euthanasia remains one of the strongest in the country.

After years of a pro-abortion majority in a legislature led by radical, anti-life governors Ralph Northam and Terry McAuliffe, pro-life Virginians had the House on their side but lost traction to the radicals in the Democrat-majority Senate.
Democrats Spiked Bill Protecting Babies from Infanticide

Democrats were so afraid of life-affirming legislation, leadership even pocketed a bill that would protect a baby who survived an abortion. It has gotten so radical in Virginia that Democrats won’t even acknowledge that babies who are born after an abortion procedure should not be killed.

Olivia Gans-Turner, president of Virginia Society for Human Life, called the death of House Bill 304 a “fascinating” example of the Democrat majority’s fear of any bill linked to the pro-life movement.

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