Georgia Bill Requiring Abortion Pill Reversal Information (SB 239)

This law was last updated on Feb 23, 2017


This law is Anti-Choice

State

Georgia

Number

SB 239

Status

Proposed

Proposed

Feb 22, 2017

Topics

Informed Consent, Medication Abortion

Full Bill Text

www.legis.ga.gov

SB 239 would amend informed consent law to require a physician who is to perform a chemical abortion to inform the pregnant patient that it may be possible to reverse the effects of such an abortion.

The bill would require the physician to inform the pregnant individual, at least 24 hours before the abortion that:

  • It may be possible to reverse the effects of a chemical abortion if the individual changes their mind but that time is of the essence; and
  • Information on reversing the effects of a chemical abortion is available on the website and in the materials provided.

The bill would require the Department of Public Health to update its website to include geographically indexed materials and contact information regarding public and private facilities willing to perform procedures and treatment to reverse the effects of a chemical abortion.


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