On Wednesday the Arkansas House of Representatives passed a pro-life bill addressing abortion-inducing drugs in Arkansas.
S.B. 463 by Sen. Ben Gilmore (R – Crossett) and Rep. Mindy McAlindon (R – Centerton) clarifies that the State Medical Board will revoke the license of a physician that violates Arkansas’ laws against abortion-inducing drugs.
The bill will help ensure that physicians in Arkansas face professional penalties if they break the state’s pro-life laws.
The bill previously passed in the state senate. It now goes to Gov. Sanders to become law.