The New York state Senate proved that promoting the best interest of women doesn’t include pushing late-term abortions.
The state legislature has been embroiled in a mulch-year battle over a package of bills designed to push the interests of women. The bills have been held up in part because it includes a measure that would promote late-term abortions in the Empire State. Despite strenuous support from pro-abortion Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the legislature has refused to pass the package of bills because of the abortion measure.
The abortion bill would allow an abortion procedure that has abortionists shooting poison through the hearts of unborn children to kill them.
Now, the state Senate has approved the pro-women bills without passing the late-term abortion bill. As AP reports:
New York’s Republican-controlled Senate has approved eight bills intended to ensure women’s rights in the workplace and housing but excluded a ninth measure to codify abortion rights that the Democrat-controlled Assembly supports.