North Dakota Bill Requiring Abortion Reversal Information (HB 1336)

This law was last updated on Jan 30, 2019


This law is Anti–Choice

State

North Dakota

Number

HB 1336

Status

Proposed

Proposed

Jan 9, 2019

Topics

Informed Consent, Medication Abortion

Full Bill Text

www.legis.nd.gov

HB 1336 would require a physician to inform a pregnant person seeking an abortion that it may be possible to reverse the effects of an abortion-inducing drug.

The bill would amend informed consent requirements to require physicians to inform patients that it may be possible to reverse the effects of an abortion-inducing drug if the patient changes their mind, but that time is of the essence, and information and assistance with reversing the effects of an abortion-inducing drug are available in the printed materials provided.

The bill would require the printed materials to include information directing the patient where to obtain further information and assistance in locating a medical professional who can aid in the reversal of abortion-inducing drugs, such as mifepristone and misoprostol.


Latest Action

1/9/19 – Introduced; referred to Judiciary Committee.

1/28/19 – Passed state House by a 73-16 vote.


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