Herman Baertschiger Jr.
Requires health care practitioner to exercise proper degree of care to preserve health and life of child born alive after abortion or attempted abortion. Requires health care practitioner to ensure child born alive is transported to hospital. Creates crime for failure to exercise proper degree of care, punishable by maximum of five years' imprisonment, $125,000 fine, or both. Allows specified person to bring civil action for damages and equitable relief against health care practitioner for failure to exercise proper degree of care. Directs court to award attorney fees to prevailing party. Allows court to order identity or personally identifiable information of specified person protected from disclosure.
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In committee upon adjournment.
Referred to Health Care, then Judiciary.
Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.
Presession Released to the Public.
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