The bill would have prohibited an abortion provider from performing an abortion: with the intent to prevent a child from being born based on the color, race, or gender of the unborn child; when the abortion provider knows that the mother is seeking the abortion based on the color, race, or gender of the unborn child; or when the abortion provider knows that the mother was unlawfully coerced into having the abortion. A violator of the bill’s provisions would have been subject to criminal and civil penalties.
Georgia State University Law Review
"CRIMES AND OFFENSES Offenses Against Public Health and Morals,"
Georgia State University Law Review: Vol. 27
, Article 11.
Available at: http://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/gsulr/vol27/iss1/11