This is another pro-life attempt to protect the right of a cluster of cells, potentially over the wellbeing of the mother. This so called sanctity of life seems to end after the child is born, at which point the mother is expected to care for the child, not matter her situation or the consequences. This seems like an infringement on the rights of the mother, who may not want to carry the child to term, for whatever reason. The government needs to keep their noses out of people's reproductive rights. Also, I find it very funny that a law that would primarily affect women is sponsored by a man, as it seems most anti-abortion and reproductive rights bills are.