The governor of Wyoming has signed a bill into law that would ensure babies who survive abortions are not abandoned to die.
Governor Mark Gordon, a Republican, the Born Alive Infant Means of Care Act (Senate File 34), a pro-life bill would require doctors to provide the same “medically appropriate and reasonable steps to preserve the life and health” of a baby born alive from an abortion as they would to any other baby born at the same stage of development. The bill passed the Wyoming House last week on a 48-11 vote after having been approved in the state Senate earlier this session on a 26-4 vote.
Actor Kevin Sorbo recently praised the new film “Roe v. Wade” for exposing the “horrific and evil” practice of abortion in America.
Sorbo and his wife, Sam, attended the movie premier in February in Florida, Christianity Daily reports. The film, which tells the story behind the infamous U.S. Supreme Court ruling that led to more than 62 million unborn babies’ deaths, came out over the weekend on online streaming platforms.
“I’m a pro-life person, just as my wife is. I’ve done a lot of pro-life speaking through the years as well. I’m here to support a movie that I wish I could have been in. I love what they did,” Sorbo told the Christian Post.
Sorbo (“Hercules,” “God’s Not Dead”) said it surprises him how many people believe that killing unborn babies is ok. Some politicians even defend killing babies up to “the minute they’re born,” he said.
His wife, Sam, a model and actress who homeschools their three children, said the new film also exposes the establishment media’s involvement in abortion advocacy, beginning in the 1960s and ’70s.