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To rally support for the legislation, an anti-abortion group called The Family Leader filled a crib with 2,000 baby shoes at the Iowa state capitol and invited people to gather around it. The shoes represent half the number of abortions that take place in the state, Lundgren said in a Facebook post . Photo via Shannon Lundgren's Facebook. Though similar restrictions have been ruled unconstitutional , that has not stopped states with anti-abortion legislatures from passing them. Regardless of the exceptions that the bill allow for, 20-week bans prevent women from making the choices they need to make for their lives and their families. According to Planned Parenthood, 99 percent of abortions take place before 21 weeks, and those that take place afterwards often involve "very complex circumstancesthe kind of situations where a woman and her doctor need every medical option available." "[This] is a terrible bill, and we are still talking about women who have tragic situations, often with wanted pregnancies, being forced to carry a child to term," said Erin Davison-Rippey of Planned Parenthood Voters of Iowa. Update: In an email to Broadly, Rep. Lundgren commented on the video footage that shows her saying that a woman who miscarried would still have to carry the fetus to term. "I answered a question incorrectly and then corrected myself shortly after, which was left out of the video clip being circulated by a partisan, left wing campaign organization. I never advocated that a woman should have to carry a dead fetus to term," she said. "There is nothing in this bill that would prohibit a doctor from removing a dead fetus from a woman who has suffered a miscarriage and I never said that I supported making a woman go to term with that fetus inside of her. That would likely be a health risk to the mother, which the bill provides an exception for in those cases." The full video of the Human Resources Committee hearing, however, does not appear to show Rep. Lundgren correcting her original statement, in which she said that a woman who miscarries does not have the option to abort. The video shows that Lundgren is asked several times if a woman who miscarries can have an abortion. When she is first asked, she says that a woman should carry a fetus that isn't viable. When she is asked again, she says that the bill permits that a woman can have an abortion if her life is in danger. Upon further questioning"If there is no heartbeat, don't you think it is in the best interest of the patient to be able to have the option to abort?"she says, "If the doctor would deem that [a woman's] life is in danger, he most certainly could perform an abortion. I think that could be a reasonable prediction for the physician to make if that baby is not alive." Rep. Forbes also responded to Broadly with a comment. "As a pharmacist and a father, I asked my question because I wanted to understand how the Republican bill that takes away decisions from a woman and her doctor would be implemented. Too often, politicians pass legislation without understanding the real-world consequences and the impact it has on real lives," he said.
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