• Senate Bill 1890, which makes abortion on the account of the sex of the unborn child illegal. It revokes or suspends the license of any provider who violates this law.
• SB 1891, which creates the Freedom of Conscience Act. An employer cannot discriminate against an employee by refusing to accommodate that person’s religious beliefs as it pertains to abortion, human embryos, fetal transplants or euthanasia.
• SB 1902, which regulates the prescription of RU-486, or mifepristone, and its use in inducing an abortion. All three measures had enough support in the Legislature — at least two-thirds — that they contained what is known as an emergency clause, which allows the measures to take effect immediately.
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• House Bill 3284: Would require doctors to report detailed information about abortions to the state Health Department, including the age, marital status and education level of patients.
• HB 2780: Would require a woman be given a description of ultrasound images of her unborn child and be offered those images before getting an abortion.
• HB 3075: Would require certain signs to be displayed in an abortion clinic.
• HB 2656: Would ban lawsuits that claim a baby would have been better off aborted.