William Roth on Abortion

Last Updated : Apr 28, 2010

Voting Record

Partial Birth Abortion

After the 2000 Partial Birth Abortion Bill passed the Senate, it went over to the House and was voted on again in roll call 402 to pass the conference report which was the compilation of the bills in the House and Senate. William Roth voted in favor of the ban in 2000.

William Roth voted in favor of the ban in 2000.

Roe vs Wade

As part of the 1999 partial birth abortion ban, an amendment was introduced to express the sense of the senate in expressing support for Roe vs Wade. The amendment was supported by a majority of Democrats and a few Republicans The amendment passed in a 51-47 vote. William Roth voted against the amendment and thus opposed Roe vs Wade.

William Roth voted against the amendment and thus opposed Roe vs Wade.

Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 1997

In May of 1997, the Senate passed the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 1997 in a 64-36 vote. The Senate did not have the numbers to overturn a Presidential veto. William Roth voted in favor of the ban.

William Roth voted in favor of the ban.

Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 1995

In December of 1995, the Senate passed the partial-birth abortion ban act 54-44. The legislation was vetoed by President Clinton. William Roth voted in favor of the ban.

William Roth voted in favor of the ban.

 

Sponsored and Cosponsored Legislation

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