WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today, Congresswoman Lisa McClain (R-MI) and Congresswoman Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) introduced the Woman’s Right To Know Act, which protects pregnant women and unborn children by ensuring proper medical information related to health risks is given to women before they proceed with an abortion.

“Protecting life has always, and will always, be a top priority in our country, and the Woman’s Right To Know Act does just that,” said Representative McClain. “This great bill ensures that women receive the critical information they need regarding their own health and their child’s health, and it cements a standard that’s already widely accepted across the nation. I am proud to lead this legislation alongside Senator Blackburn and I am excited to see it move forward in this Congress.”

“The Woman’s Right to Know Act protects the sanctity of life for women and children across the nation,” said Senator Blackburn. “This bill would set long overdue medical standards that most states have already implemented so that women across the nation are provided access to vital information by their medical provider.”

To read the full legislation text, click here.