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Abortion Activists to Send Bloody Tampons to Texas Gov to Protest Requiring Burial for Aborted Babies


Abortion Activists to Send Bloody Tampons to Texas Gov to Protest Requiring Burial for Aborted Babies
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The new rule, introduced in July by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, requires that abortion facilities, hospitals and other medical centers either cremate or bury the remains of aborted and miscarried babies. State officials said the rule does not apply to miscarriages or abortions that take place at home.The commission finalized the rule in late November. It is scheduled to go into effect on Dec. 19.The Daily Dot reports no one is taking credit for a recent Facebook post telling women that it’s their âcivic dutyâ to send their used tampons to the governor.However, Texas abortion clinic worker Ele Chupik shared it Monday on Facebook, and more than 12,000 people have shared Chupik’s post since then, according to the report.The post reads: âYO TEXAS LADIES/ IM SURE U HEARD/ AS OF DECEMBER 19TH: all miscarried and aborted fetal tissue must be cremated or buried in the state of Texas.

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