Abortion Funding: As an Assembly Representative, Walker voted against taxpayer funding of abortions for public employees. As Governor, Walker signed into law a state budget with a provision to prohibit the UW Hospital Authority from being involved in performing abortions and from using taxpayer dollars to pay medical students to learn to perform abortions. Also as Governor, Walker signed into law legislation allowing Wisconsin to opt‐out of taxpayer‐funded abortion coverage under ObamaCare.
Funding Abortion Providers: As an Assembly Representative Walker voted to prohibit taxpayer dollars from going to organizations that provide or promote abortions. As Governor, Walker signed into law a state budget with a provision to prohibit Title V taxpayer dollars from going to organizations that perform abortions. Also as Governor, Walker steered Wisconsin Well Woman funds to local counties instead of Planned Parenthood.
Protecting Unborn Children: As an Assembly Representative, Walker voted to recognize an unborn child as a separate victim of a criminal act against the pregnant mother, to prohibit partial-birth abortions, and to protect unborn children at risk due to drug or alcohol use by the mother.
Protecting Families: As an Assembly Representative, Walker voted to strengthen Wisconsin’s law requiring parental consent before a minor’s abortion. As Governor, Walker signed into law legislation returning sex education curriculum to local control and allowing abstinence‐only programs.
Protecting Women: As an Assembly Representative, Walker voted for the Woman’s Right to Know Act which requires that women be given full
information prior to an abortion and establishes a 24‐hour waiting period. As Governor, Walker signed into law legislation to protect women from
coerced abortions and to prohibit unsafe RU 486 chemical web cam abortions designed to expand abortions into local communities.
Alternatives to Abortion: As an Assembly Representative, Walker voted for tax exemptions related to adoption expenses, to improve adoption laws, to expand funding for adoption assistance for children at risk of developing disabilities, and for a provision to allow a woman and her unborn child to be considered as a family eligible for BadgerCare.
Conscience Protections: As an Assembly Representative, Walker authored legislation to strengthen conscience protections for medical professionals and institutions.
Other: As an Assembly Representative, Walker voted in favor of legislation to prohibit lawsuits based on the “wrongful” life of an unborn child, and to prohibit the sale of body parts of aborted babies.
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