Anti-abortion | Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Anti-abortion

Senate Bill Number: 
50

Senate Bill 50 would require a report when drugs intended to end a pregnancy are dispensed; make report public.

The House committee amendment that became part of the final bill requires "that physicians verbally inform women on potential ability of a physician to reverse the effects of prescription drugs for the induction of abortion."

Bill Sponsor(s): 
Sen. Robby Mills + other Republicans

SB 50 was approved by the Senate Veterans, Military Affairs & Public Protection Committee on January 10 (see how committee members voted). The full Senate passed SB 50 the following morning, 30-6 (see how senators voted).

The House Health and Family Services Committee amended and passed SB 50, 12-7, on February 21 (see how committee members voted). The full House approved, 75-19, on March 13 (see how House members voted). The Senate later voted, 31-4, to concur with the House changes. On March 26 Gov. Bevin signed SB 50 into law.

KFTC's Position: 
KFTC Opposes