After Alabama court decision, Donald Trump ‘strongly’ supports IVF

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Donald Trump ‘strongly’ supports IVF, Previously, Donald Trump served as president of the United States. He is also one of the two Republican candidates for next year’s presidential election. As a result of the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that “embryos are children” in response to the Alabama Supreme Court ruling, Trump has extended his support to women who have children through in-vitro fertilization (IVF).

The president has urged Alabama lawmakers to act quickly to keep the procedure available in their state, urging them to find an immediate solution as soon as possible.

In general, I support IVF as an option for couples who wish to be able to have an individual that is precious and beautiful, and I am in agreement with the majority of American voters, including Republican conservatives, Christians, and pro-life individuals. “I’m in favor of it,” the former president said in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

It is my hope that today the Alabama Legislature will act swiftly to ensure the availability of IVF in Alabama is preserved, and I am confident that they will do that as soon as possible.” He added.

There is a similarity between him and his Republican opponent, Nikki Haley, who voiced her disapproval of the decision on Thursday and suggested Alabama should “go back and reexamine the law that was passed” in her remarks.

According to a document released by the Senate (Grand Old Party) Republican campaign arm on Friday, there was overwhelming public support for IVF access, and candidates were asked to “clearly and concisely reject government attempts to restrict access to IVF.”

A statement made by Alabama’s Republican attorney general via his chief counsel revealed that the state’s attorney general does not intend to prosecute IVF families or providers based on the state’s Supreme Court’s decision.

Likewise, CNN reports that there is a bipartisan effort currently underway in the Alabama Legislature to come up with legislation that will “clarify” existing legislation in order to ensure that IVF treatments will be protected from legal discrimination.

Timenews provided that news.

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