Indiana Mulls Protecting In-Utero People From Abortion Holocaust

Bill 1430 of Indiana would defend in-utero people from the moment of conception as human beings, or put another way, each as a biologically replete and individually developing product of human conception, as we all are. (Facebook photo)

The Christian Journal – An Indiana lawmaker has again filed a bill that would declare that life begins at conception, and would consequently outlaw abortion in the state.

Rep. Curt Nisly, R-Goshen, announced on Tuesday that he had filed House Bill 1430, also known as the “Protection of Life” and the “Protection at Conception” bill, in the legislature.

According to a synopsis of the measure, the legislation “asserts a compelling state interest in protecting human physical life from the moment that human physical life begins,” and “redefines ‘human being’ for the purposes of the criminal code to conform to the finding that human physical life begins when a human ovum is fertilized by a human sperm.”

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