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North Carolina ‘Women’s Right to Know Addition’ (HB 22)

This law was last updated on Feb 14, 2019


This law is Anti–Choice Model Bill

State

North Carolina

Number

HB 22

Status

Proposed

Proposed

Feb 5, 2019

Topics

Informed Consent, Medication Abortion

Full Bill Text

www.ncleg.gov

HB 22 would require physicians who prescribe the abortion pill to inform their patients that it’s possible to “reverse” the effects of medication abortion.

The bill would require a physician or qualified health professional to provide the following information immediately prior to administering the drug Mifepristone to a pregnant patient:

  • That it’s possible to discontinue a drug-induced abortion by not taking the prescribed Misoprostol and taking progesterone to reverse the effects of the Mifepristone; and
  • Information where individuals can obtain assistance in discontinuing a drug-induced abortion is available on the Department of Health and Human Services’ Internet Web site.

Additionally, immediately prior to administering the drug Misoprostol (the second step of a drug-induced abortion), the physician or qualified professional would need to provide medical proof to the patient that fetal death has occurred.

The bill would require the state department of health and human services to provide the same information on the department’s website.


Related Legislation

Based on model legislation drafted by Americans United for Life.

Similar to HB 53/SB 52.

Similar to HB 62 and HB 575, both of which failed to pass in 2017.


Latest Action

2/5/19 -Filed


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