(FixThisNation.com) – The GOP-led House has plans to pass a number of bills that would limit abortion access and immigration. These bills will likely cause tension in the Senate which is still held by a Democratic majority.
There are seven bills that the House is planning on voting on. One of them would give the Homeland Security secretary the ability to stop migrants from entering through the border at “his discretion.”Another bill would allow Immigration and Customs Enforcement to know if someone who crossed into the country illegally was looking to buy a gun.
In terms of abortion regulations and laws. The “born alive” bill is going to provide new regulations to healthcare providers on how to deal with infants that are born alive following an abortion procedure.
Abortion access has been a hot topic, especially after the overturning of Roe v. Wade this past summer.
The Republican party has widely been taking the blame for creating a situation where the Supreme Court could overturn abortion rights. Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., has disclosed that in her swing destring the majority of people were against the overturning of Roe v. Wade. She added that it was not a good plan to have these bills brought up in the House.
Mace on Tuesday said that there is no chance these bills would pass the Senate or be signed by the President. She added that instead, the focus should be on making birth control more accessible as this is the one true way of reducing abortions.
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