Brian Kerns on Abortion

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Voting Record

Child Custody Protection Act

The Child Custody Protection Act amended the Federal criminal code to prohibit transporting an individual under age 18 across a State line to obtain an abortion. The Act passed the House in a 260-161 vote, but did this particular bill did not come up for a vote in the Senate. Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Child Custody Protection Act.

Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Child Custody Protection Act.

Abortion Non-Discrimination Act of 2002

In September of 2002, the House passed the Abortion Non-Discrimination Act of 2002 229-189. This legislation prohibited the Federal Government, and any State or local government that receives Federal financial assistance, from discriminating against any health care entity because the entity refuses to provide coverage of, or pay for, induced abortions. Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Abortion Non-Discrimination Act of 2002.

Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Abortion Non-Discrimination Act of 2002.

Unborn Victims of Violence Act

In April of 2001, the House voted on the Unborn victims of violence act to enact punishment for federal crimes committed against a mother and her fetus. The measure passed the House 252-172 but was not voted on in the Senate. Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act.

Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act.

Mexico City Policy

The amendment in question sought to preserve the "Mexico City" policy which prohibited funds to foreign organizations that promote abortions. A vote in favor of the amendment was a vote to preserve the rule. A vote against the amendment was a vote to abolish the policy. The Amendment had a 218-210 vote. Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Mexico City Policy Amendment.

Brian Kerns voted in favor of the Mexico City Policy Amendment.

 

Sponsored and Cosponsored Legislation

Session-107; Bill Number-H R 2175; Born-Alive Infants Protection Act of 2002 - Cosponsor

Directs that in determining the meaning of any Act of Congress or of any ruling, regulation, or interpretation of the various U.S. administrative bureaus and agencies, the words "person," "human being," "child," and "individual" shall include every infant member of the species homo sapiens who is born alive (as defined in this Act) at any stage of development.

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