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Scheduled Parenthood changes website to match Stacey Abrams’ Heartbeat comments

Planned Parenthood has quietly changed its website to reflect Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’ claims that six-week-old babies have no detectable heartbeat. Washington Jury report.

Abrams: ‘No heartbeat at 6 weeks old’ Said At an event at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center in Atlanta on Wednesday.

Abrams catching up with his opponent, Governor Brian Kemp (Republican) 6.6 points Opinion polls were against Georgia’s “Heartbeat” bill. The bill goes into effect in July and bans most abortions, usually in about six weeks, once a heartbeat is detected.

On Friday, parenthood planning changed its website without notice to state that at 5 to 6 weeks of gestation, “part of the embryo begins to show heart activity. It sounds like a heartbeat on ultrasound, but it’s not a fully formed heart. Early stages of heart development.”

web page was saying According to the Internet Archive, “a very basic heartbeat and circulatory system develops”.

According to the National Library of Medicine, at five weeks of age, “a baby’s heart begins to develop.” 6 weeks “The baby’s heart continues to grow and now beats in a regular rhythm.”

In an effort to make abortion a major issue in November’s election, abortion advocates will spend $50 million on the Democratic campaign. Economy It remains a primary concern for most voters.

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