I don't really understand the "Nay" voters' arguments considering the research pointing contrarily to their rhetoric (cited in the "Notes" section above) where a majority of late abortion women stated reasons of indecisiveness, unknowingly pregnant, and/or procedural cost. I'm pro-choice through the second trimester. By the third, well, scientifically speaking that's when you got a tiny person capable of actual basic thought. I can't really think of a single doctor that wouldn't attempt to save a baby if the abortion went south, so the bill seems like an extra mode of protection here. Honestly in that case, the clinic should try their best to stabilize the new patient and secure transportation to a hospital immediately. Furthermore, in my mind, the mother just lost her right to the child. This decision can go through an appeal of course, but there it is. However, if the infant dies despite the clinic's best efforts, charges against the providers should not be permitted.