Read about legislative bills that we are tracking through the Tennessee General Assembly that relate to life, including life in the womb and the life of those with terminal diseases.
Seeks to ensure that entities that promote or support elective abortions do not benefit directly or indirectly from state funding. Bill Analysis The intent of this legislation is similar to that of SB 2148/HB 2251, which is to eliminate family … Continue reading
Requires that certain information regarding the physician who will perform an abortion be provided to the woman prior to an abortion. Bill Analysis Current law requires that a woman seeking an abortion must be provided with certain information and notice … Continue reading
Seeks to ensure that entities that promote or support elective abortions do not benefit directly or indirectly from state funding. Bill Analysis According to the Department of Finance and Administration almost $1 million in state funding over the last five … Continue reading
Prohibits abortions from the point a fetal heartbeat is detected; requires fetal heartbeat testing prior to an abortion; creates exceptions. Bill Analysis This bill as drafted is virtually identical to the original language of SB 244/HB 108. However, as discussed … Continue reading
Allows for an adult suffering from a terminal disease to make a written request for life-ending medication. Bill Analysis Raises a whole host of spiritual, legal, and ethical issues. If passed, this bill could have enormous impact as to Tennessee’s … Continue reading
As drafted, the bill would ban abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected. However, the bill has been amended to require additional reporting of information and notice to the pregnant woman of the right to be informed of the results … Continue reading