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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 7, [No. 4], April 1979 - Page 5. April 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 15, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2918/show/2910.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 7, [No. 4], April 1979
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Date April 1979
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Transcript consistentwith 'human dignity1; require the filing of reports and records for the purpose of gathering statistical data; require the physician to counsel the woman seeking an abortion (her husband if she is married; her parents if she is under 18 yrs.) 24 hrs. before the procedure in the following areas ( with materials): 1. consequences of the 'unborn child' abortion procedure to either her or her 2. state recognizes the'unborn child and encourages her to continue as an individual human being her pregnancy 3. physical characteristics of the fetus at the time the abortion is being considered, including mobility, tactile sensitivity response to pain, brain and heart function, development of external members and internal organs, etc. (Photographs and other visual materials must be used.) All this must be done, in person, by the attending physician. (It should be noted that this is the infamous "Akron Ordinance", passed first as a city ordinance, later as a county ordinance in a county in both N.Y. and Kentucky, and finally as a state law in Louisiana. In every case, the law and/or ordinance has been enjoined before it has been implemented.) Referred to the Health Services Committee: Chair: Ezzell, Vice Chair: Untermeyer, Whitehead9 Barrientos> Gonzales, Grubbs, Simpson, Uribe, Webber. S.B. 651 by Sen. Jack Ogg of Houston. The bill would prohibit abortions after the fetus is viable (defined as being able to live outside womb), and in fact would set penalties for felonies in the 1st degree if such a procedure causes the death of the woman- or* her "unborn child". The bill also states that provides that if a physician believes that the health of the woman or the "unborn child" is at stake, he/she may perform an abortion if the method used is the safest to the 'unborn child". The definition of "unborn child" is stated as a human being from the time of its conception throughout pregnancy. Referred to the Committee on Jurisprudence: See above. S.B. 668 by Sen. Jack Ogg of Houston. The bill would amend the wrongful death statute (Article 4671, Texas Revised Civil Statutes; 1925) to add a new subsection (4) "The term "person" as used in this article includes an unborn child at any stage of its biological development from the time of its conception throughout pregnancy untM its live birth." Not referred at this time: Probable referral to Jurisprudence. Itie Honorable (senetor^s name) J?« 0. box 12068 Capitol Station Austin, Texas 78711 The Honorable (representative's name) P. 0. liox 2910 Capitol Station Austin,- Texas --7876-9