Tennessee Right to Life's Abortion Pill Reversal Act Passes House Health Committee, Advances to a Vote by Tennessee House of Representatives
House Bill 2568 sponsored by Rep. Jeremy Faison (R-Cosby) would require abortion facilities to display signage informing women that a chemical abortion may be reversed following the first dose of a two-pill protocol and requires a physician to provide the same information during informed consent, 48 hours prior to the abortion procedure.
HB 2568 passed the state House Health Committee on Tuesday, March 10 on a voice vote. The bill could now be voted on by the Tennessee House of Representatives as early as next week.
Women have undergone the progesterone reversal process, carried their babies to term and delivered healthy babies. To date over 900 babies have been saved by the Abortion Pill Reversal protocol.
Hear from a mother who successfully chose Abortion Pill Reversal at Pro-Life Women's Day on the Hill, March 25, at War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville. Find more details here.
Currently, there are over 800 medical professionals, including several in Tennessee, trained to administer the Abortion Pill Reversal protocol. Visit Abortion Pill Rescue for more information about the process.