Born Alive Bill Signed Into Law

April 7

April 7, 2021

Born Alive Bill Signed Into Law

Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming Thankful for bill protecting babies born alive.

CHEYENNE, Wyoming – Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming, a pro-family ministry, applauds the enactment of the Born Alive-Infant Means of Care (SF 34) with the Governor’s signature.

The bill, which is sponsored by Senator Cheri Steinmetz (R-Lingle) and Representative Flitner (R-Greybull), ensures that any baby born alive after a failed abortion will receive the same level of care as any other infant.

A statement from Nathan Winters, Executive Director for Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming:

“With the resounding support of the Wyoming legislature and endorsement of the Governor, Wyoming has taken the important step of protecting these vulnerable citizens taking their first breath of Wyoming air.

“This legislation will stand as a silent but strong guardian over any infant surviving an abortion by requiring that medical professionals carry out their ethical and medical duty to provide appropriate medical care or genuine comfort care for a newborn. While physicians can determine what “appropriate and reasonable steps” should be taken, this new law ensures that the next step can’t be to do nothing.

“We are honored to have been a part of this effort and applaud the legislature and Gov. Gordon for advancing this new law.”


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