Pro-abortion rally from Grove City, OH, via Wikimedia Commons.

Pro-abortion lawmakers in New Jersey pushed forward with a radical bill Thursday that establishes a so-called “right” to abort an unborn baby and forces health insurance plans to cover elective abortions.

Spot On New Jersey reports committees in the state Senate and Assembly both passed a “pared-down” version of a pro-abortion bill that has stalled in the state legislature for years, Senate Bill 3030.

NJ Advance Media described the bill as “hastily drafted” and the votes in both committees as happening “late” Thursday after negotiations with Gov. Phil Murphy, a pro-abortion Democrat. The legislation now moves to the full legislative bodies for a final vote.

Speaking before the vote, Marie Tasy, executive director of New Jersey Right to Life, asked the state Assembly Appropriations Committee why lawmakers want to expand abortions when New Jersey already has the highest abortion rate in the U.S., according to the report.

Read more at Life News.

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Robert Higginbotham
Robert Higginbotham
9 days ago

It figures that a blue state would agree to murdering those that can’t fight back. That makes the state, among other things, cowardly!!

Stephen Weiss
9 days ago

Make it mandatory for Democrats.

Lillian Reheusser
Lillian Reheusser
9 days ago

I am so ashamed and horrified that the state where I was born and raised has taken this step. I live in New York now but will be moving back to New Jersey and do all I can to change the minds and hearts of it’s citizens to erase this horror from that state. God help us all.

Pete
Pete
7 days ago

Because eugenics is way to slow…