2 governors sign ‘heartbeat’ bills to protect unborn

New laws offer potential challenge to Roe v. Wade

WND News ServicesBy WND News Services
Published April 29, 2021 at 7:41pm

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Live Action.]

On Monday and Tuesday of this week, the governors of two states — Oklahoma and Idaho, respectively — signed ‘heartbeat bills’ into law. These laws protect preborn children from the moment a heartbeat can be detected, which is usually around five to six weeks gestation. Though the preborn child’s brain is the first organ to appear, the child’s heart begins to beat between 16 and 22 days after the moment of fertilization (when a new human life begins).

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