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Richard C. Green on Abortion


Voted YES on banning partial birth abortions.

This legislation, if enacted, would ban the abortion procedure in which the physician partially delivers the fetus before completing the abortion. [A NO vote supports abortion rights].

Green says, "Partial Birth abortions are nothing more than infanticide, and with very few exceptions are not necessary to save the life of the mother (and, unfortunately, these procedures are more common than the"

Status: Bill Passed Y)63; N)34; NV)3

Reference: Partial Birth Abortion Ban; Bill S. 1692 ; vote number 1999-340 on Oct 21, 1999

Voted YES on disallowing overseas military abortions.

The Murray amdt would have repealed current laws prohibiting overseas U.S. military hospitals and medical facilities from performing privately funded abortions for U.S. service members and their dependents.

Green says, "As the motion to table the Murray Amendment (#397) was a pro-Life vote, then I would support it: as a candidate for the U.S. Senate, I am strongly pro-Life, unlike Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman."

Status: Motion to Table Agreed to Y)51; N)49

Reference: Motion to table Murray Amdt #397; Bill S. 1059 ; vote number 1999-148 on May 26, 1999

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