An Iowa House subcommittee passed an informed consent measure Tuesday that, should it become law, would make Iowa the 7th state to require abortionists to inform women about to undergo a chemical abortion that the baby can be saved if she changes her mind. This is commonly referred to as “Abortion Pill Reversal.”
The other six states with similar notification are Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Utah.
Of course pro-abortionists—and the vehemently pro-abortion Des Moines Register newspaper–dismissed House File 53 out of hand.
According to Ian Richardson
The bill would require facilities that perform medication-induced abortions to “conspicuously post a sign” relating to the possibility of “avoiding, ceasing or even reversing” the effects.