Texas Rules on Disposal of Unborn Babies

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Texas Rules on Disposal of Unborn Babies

Bradley Mattes   |   December 14, 2016

The State of Texas is always pushing the envelope when it comes to ways of protecting unborn babies from abortion. And that’s a good thing. The most recent development is rules established by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services. As of this month, abortion mills and hospitals will be required to dispose of aborted babies by dignified burial or cremation. The U.S. Supreme Court prevents the state from outright ending abortion, so they’re doing all they can to show the humanity of preborn children. The rules end disposing of human remains using garbage disposals and landfills, which is often done. It also prevents those doing the abortions from being able to sell the baby body parts. It’s another small but important step toward ending abortion on demand.

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