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Democrat Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers vetoed four pro-life bills that were passed by the Republican-controlled state legislature.
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Gov. Evers announced the vetoes last Friday, rejecting Assembly Bills 179, 180, 182, and 183 in their entirety. The legislature is not expected to be able to override any of the vetoes.
“Everyone should have access to quality, affordable healthcare, and that includes reproductive healthcare,” stated Evers on his official Twitter account following his vetoes.
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“Politicians shouldn’t be in the business of interfering with decisions made between patients and their healthcare providers.”
Earlier this month, the Wisconsin Legislature sent four bills to the governor. One of which, AB 179, or the “Wisconsin Born Alive Requirements Bill,” would have required a healthcare provider to help any baby born after a failed abortion.
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Republican Senate President Roger Roth, the lead sponsor for AB 179, said in a statement that the proposed legislation should not be controversial.
“No child should be left to die no matter how they came into this world,” stated Sen. Roth, as reported by the Associated Press. “How could anyone object to this?”
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In his veto message,...
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