Opponents to the proposed bill argue the bill is politically driven and that it would have unintentional consequences. One of which creates a conflict between Roe v Wade and state law. Opponents asked that the bill not be passed.
Aren't any of these opponents mothers?
Wouldn't they consider that they had lost a child if their near-term fetus had been killed?
Wouldn't they feel that the perpetrator had killed their child, and not just ended a pregnancy?
See, that's what surprises me: that mothers would be so committed to abortion that they wouldn't even consider a law to make killing their own children-- without their consent-- a crime.
But as long as the precious right to abortion is preserved, who cares about anything else, eh?