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Read about PA SB 956 and how it would make IVF and birth control illegal. Solve the problem and end with a call to action.

In Pennsylvania, a bill has been proposed that would make in-vitro fertilization and birth control illegal. The bill, SB 956, is being sponsored by Sen. Doug Mastriano and has the support of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation. If passed, the bill would make it a felony to perform or receive IVF treatments, as well as to prescribe or dispense birth control. IVF is a medical procedure that involves fertilizing an egg outside of the body, and then implanting it in the uterus. It is often used by couples who are struggling to conceive. Birth control, on the other hand, is a way to prevent pregnancy. There are a number of reasons why this bill has been proposed. First, IVF can result in the destruction of embryos. Second, IVF can lead to multiple births, which can be dangerous for both the mother and the child. Finally, IVF is an expensive procedure, and many people cannot afford it. This bill has caused a great deal of controversy, and it is not clear if it will pass. However, if it does, it could have a major impact on the lives of many people in Pennsylvania.

1,795 views Streamed live 10 hours ago Abortion bills are very rarely just about abortion. Pennsylvania’s Senate Bill (PA SB 956) is a good example of this. By implementing the amendment to the PA constitution as recommended in PA SB 956, life would be defined as beginning at conception. it would also be “protected”. Which would mean IVF and some birth control methods would become illegal as they interfere with a fertilized egg.

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