Press enter to search

2008

Bills

HB1556 – Ben Cline

  • Requires a doctor to offer to anesthetize a fetus before abortion. Forces a doctor to provide a patient materials stating that a fetus may feel pain after 20 weeks gestation.

HB1538 – Brenda Pogge

  • Prohibits public school employees from referring a patient for abortion care. Prohibits abortion providers and professionals who refer for abortion from providing any public school curricula related to human sexuality or STIs.

SB437 – Jill Vogel

  • TRAP bill: Forces abortion clinics to meet the same licensing requirements as ambulatory surgical centers.

HB1315 – Kathy Byron

  • Ultrasound requirement bill.

SB542 – Mark Obenshain

  • Prohibits public school employees from referring a patient for abortion care. Prohibits abortion providers and professionals who refer for abortion from providing any public school curricula related to human sexuality or STIs.

HB894 – Matthew Lohr

  • TRAP bill: Forces abortion clinics to meet the same licensing requirements as ambulatory surgical centers.

SB762 – Ralph Smith

  • Backdoor effort to criminalize abortion: Makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “coerce” someone into having an abortion.

HB422 – Robert Marshall

  • Makes abortion post-fetal viability a felony.

HB429 – Robert Marshall

  • Backdoor effort to criminalize abortion: Makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “coerce” someone into having an abortion.

HB670 – Robert Marshall

  • TRAP bill: Criminal penalties for violations of TRAP regulations.

HB81 – Robert Marshall

  • Trigger ban: Makes all abortion illegal should Roe fall.

HB1126 – S. Chris Jones

  • Criminalizes a person who tries to self-manage an abortion.

Budget Amendments

4-5.05 #2s – Charles Colgan

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

4-5.05 #1s – Mark Obenshain

  • Defunds abortion providers.

493 #1s – Stephen Newman

  • Directs $25,000 to a fake woman’s health center.

4-5.04 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

2009

Bills

HB2634 – Ben Cline

  • Requires a doctor to offer to anesthetize a fetus prior to abortion. Forces a doctor to provide a patient with materials stating that a fetus may feel pain after 20 weeks gestation.

HB1538 – Brenda Pogge

  • Prohibit public school employees from referring a patient for abortion care. Prohibits abortion providers and professionals who refer for abortion from providing any public school curricula related to human sexuality or STIs.

SB1270 – Jill Vogel

  • TRAP bill: Forces abortion clinics to meet the same licensing requirements as ambulatory surgical centers.

HB2579 – Kathy Byron

  • Ultrasound requirement bill.

SB962 – Mark Obenshain

  • Requires a pregnant person to report “fetal death” to police.

HB312 – R. Steven Landes

  • Backdoor “personhood” bill: Makes unintentional cause of stillbirth or miscarriage, such as by injury to the pregnant person, a felony.

SB817 – Richard Stuart

  • Authorizes the issuance of “Choose Life” license plates, which direct funds to fake women’s health centers.

SB801 – Ken Cuccinelli

  • Authorizes the issuance of “Choose Life” license plates, which direct funds to fake women’s health centers.

HB1639 – Robert Marshall

  • “Personhood” bill: Directly contradicts constitutional protections by outlawing abortion entirely.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #3h – Clay Athey

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

4-5.05 #1s – Ken Cuccinelli

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

4-5.05 #2s – Mark Obenshain

  • Defunds abortion providers.

4-5.04 #1h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

4-5.04 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

2010

Bills

HB1042 – Kathy Byron

  • Ultrasound requirement bill.

HB1033 – Kathy Byron

  • Backdoor “personhood” bill: States that a fetus has an “independent and separate existence.”

HB393 – Matthew Lohr

  • TRAP bill

SB504 – Ralph Smith

  • Backdoor effort to criminalize abortion: Makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “coerce” someone into having an abortion.

HB112 – Robert Marshall

  • “Personhood” bill: Directly contradicts constitutional protections by outlawing abortion entirely.

HB334 – Robert Marshall

  • Requires “informed consent” materials to describe negative effects of abortion on future pregnancies.

HB986 – S. Chris Jones

  • Criminalizes a person who tries to self-manage an abortion.

SB602 – Stephen Newman

  • Backdoor “personhood” bill: States that a fetus has an “independent and separate existence.”

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #3h – Clay Athey

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

4-5.05 #1s – Jill Vogel

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

4-5.05 #2s – Mark Obenshain

  • Defunds abortion providers.

292 #1h – Robert Marshall

  • TRAP amendment.

4-5.04 #1h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

4-5.04 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

2011

Bills

HB2147 – Ben Cline

  • Prevents health insurance plans sold through the ACA exchange from covering abortion services.

SB1202 – Mark Obenshain

  • Prevents health insurance plans sold through the ACA exchange from covering abortion services.

SB1207 – Mark Obenshain

  • “Personhood” bill.

SB1217 – Ralph Smith

  • Backdoor effort to criminalize abortion: Makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “coerce” someone into having an abortion, and allows for private right of action for the “wrongful death” of a fetus.

SB1435 – Ralph Smith

  • Ultrasound requirement bill.

HB1428 – Richard P. Bell

  • TRAP bill.

HB1440 – Robert Marshall

  • “Personhood” bill.

SB924 – Ryan McDougle

  • TRAP bill: Directs Board of Health to create regulations.

SB1378 – William Stanley

  • “Personhood” bill.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #5h – Clay Athey

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

491 #4h – Jackson Miller

  • Directs $150,000 state funds to a fake women’s health center.

4-5.05 #1s – Mark Obenshain

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

292 #1h – Richard P. Bell

  • TRAP amendment.

4-5.04 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

4-5.04 #4h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

2012

Bills

HB1162 – Ben Cline

  • Prohibits any non-therapeutic research that subjects a fetus to risk.

SB484 – Jill Vogel

  • Ultrasound requirement bill, with the addition of a 24-hour waiting period and a mandate that the fetal ultrasound image and associated documents remain in a patient’s medical record.

HB462 – Kathy Byron

  • Incorporated ultrasound requirement into informed consent along with a mandate that the fetal ultrasound image and associated documents remain in a patient’s medical record.

HB261 – Mark Cole

  • Ultrasound requirement, including Department of Health surveillance of facilities that perform free ultrasounds.

HB62 – Mark Cole

  • Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

SB637 – Mark Obenshain

  • 20-week abortion ban.

SB277 – Ralph Smith

  • Backdoor effort to criminalize abortion: Makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “coerce” someone into having an abortion, and allows for private right of action for the “wrongful death” of a fetus.

SB279 – Ralph Smith

  • Ultrasound requirement.

HB1285 – Richard Anderson

  • 20-week abortion ban.

HB1 – Robert Marshall

  • “Personhood” bill.

HB1174 – Robert Marshall

  • Requires health insurers that offer plans covering abortion care to additionally offer identical plans excluding abortion care coverage.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

Regulations

12VAC5-412 – Board of Health

  • 37 TRAP regulations were drafted to restrict the licensure of abortion clinics.

2013

Bills

SB277 – Ralph Smith

  • Backdoor effort to criminalize abortion: Makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “coerce” someone into having an abortion, and allows for private right of action for the “wrongful death” of a fetus.

HB1285 – Richard Anderson

  • 20-week abortion ban.

HB1 – Robert Marshall

  • “Personhood” bill.

HB1314 – Robert Marshall

  • Requires health insurers that offer plans covering contraception, sterilization, or abortion to additionally offer identical plans excluding that coverage. Provides that employers offering health insurance for their employees are not required to include coverage of contraception, sterilization, or abortion.

HB1315 – Robert Marshall

  • Requires health insurers that offer plans covering contraception, sterilization, or abortion to additionally offer identical plans excluding that coverage. Provides that employers offering health insurance for their employees are not required to include coverage of contraception, sterilization, or abortion.

HB1316 – Robert Marshall

  • Backdoor criminalization bill: Makes it a felony to perform an abortion on the basis of fetal sex.

SB826 – Thomas Garrett

  • Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

Budget Amendments

54 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Directs the Governor to prevent state agencies from enacting the ACA’s individual mandate in the cases of individuals whose religious values are opposed to having health insurance that covers contraception or sterilization.

54 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Directs the Governor to prevent state agencies from enacting the ACA’s contraception coverage mandate against an employer’s religious beliefs.

4-5.04 #1h – Robert Marshall

  • Mandates a physician prioritize the life of a fetus over the life of the pregnant person in cases of life endangerment.

2014

Bills

HB531 – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

HB98 – Robert Marshall

  • Backdoor criminalization bill: Makes it a felony to perform an abortion on the basis of fetal sex.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #5s – Bill Carrico

  • Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

4-5.04 #6h – Dave LaRock

  • Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

51 #1h – Robert Marshall

  • Directs the Governor to prevent state agencies from enacting the ACA’s individual mandate in the cases of individuals whose religious values are opposed to having health insurance that covers contraception or sterilization.

51 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Directs the Governor to prevent state agencies from enacting the ACA’s contraception coverage mandate against an employer’s religious beliefs.

4-5.04 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Mandates a physician prioritize the life of a fetus over the life of the pregnant person in cases of life endangerment.

4-5.04 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

4-5.04 #4h – Robert Marshall

  • Prevents funding associated with a potential future Executive Order that would suspend TRAP regulations.

4-5.04 #5h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being directed to abortion services.

2015

Bills

HB2321 – Dave LaRock

  • 20-week abortion ban.

HR214 – Robert Marshall

  • States that life begins at conception and that Roe is based on false science.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #1s – Bill Carrico

  • Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

4-5.04 #2h – Steven Landes

  • Mandates a physician prioritize the life of a fetus over the life of the pregnant person in cases of life endangerment. Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

4-5.04 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Mandates a physician prioritize the life of a fetus over the life of the pregnant person in cases of life endangerment.

4-5.04 #5h – Dave LaRock

  • Removes state funding for abortion in the case of fetal anomaly.

4-5.04 #6h – Robert Marshall

  • Provides that state funds may not be used to change already-implemented TRAP regulations.

2016

Bills

HB1090 – Ben Cline

  • Prohibits funding for abortions that are not eligible for federal Medicaid matching (fetal anomaly). Prohibits funding for any entity that performs abortions except hospitals. Makes organizations that provide abortion care last priority in state contracting or grant-making.

HB556 – Dave LaRock

  • Backdoor attack on bodily autonomy: In the section of the Virginia Code regarding child abuse and neglect, includes a viable fetus as a child that can be abused and neglected, allowing for additional criminalization of pregnant people.

HB963 – Dave LaRock

  • 20-week abortion ban.

HB970 – Dave LaRock

  • Requires abortion clinics to provide burial or cremation of all fetal remains.

HB1326 – Robert Marshall

  • Requires a 24-hour waiting period between informed consent and an abortion procedure. Requires that the informed consent include telling the pregnant person that an abortion increases health risks in future pregnancies. Doubles the civil penalty for failure to comply.

HJ29 – Robert Marshall

  • States that life begins at conception and that Roe is based on false science.

HR19 – Robert Marshall

  • States that life begins at conception and that Roe is based on false science.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #1s – Bill Carrico

  • Prohibits state funds from being used for abortion unless required by federal law.

295 #2s – Bryce Reeves

  • Cuts funding for a TANF block grant pilot program that provides reproductive health education and a LARC initiative.

394 #13h – Dave LaRock

  • Provides funding for an increase in incarceration associated with a 20-week abortion ban.

394 #15h – Dave LaRock

  • Provides funding for an increase in incarceration associated with a bill that would classify a fetus as a child whose abuse or neglect can be prosecuted.

394 #17h – Dave LaRock

  • Provides funding for an increase in incarceration associated with a bill mandating cremation or burial of fetal remains.

4-5.04 #5h – Dave LaRock

  • Prohibits state funds from being used for abortion unless required by federal law.

4-5.04 #2h – Robert Marshall

  • Provides that state funds may not be used to change already-implemented TRAP regulations.

4-5.04 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being used for abortion unless required by federal law.

4-5.04 #4h – Robert Marshall

  • Defunds Planned Parenthood.

2017

Bills

HR268 – Ben Cline

  • Designates the anniversary of Roe as a “Day of Tears.”

HB2264 – Ben Cline

  • Prohibits funding for abortions not eligible for federal Medicaid matching (fetal anomaly). Prohibits funding for any entity that performs abortions except hospitals. Makes organizations that provide abortion care last priority in state contracting or grant-making.

HB1473 – Dave LaRock

  • 20-week abortion ban.

HB963 – Dave LaRock

  • 20-week abortion ban.

HB1762 – Robert Marshall

  • Requires a 24-hour waiting period between informed consent and an abortion procedure. Requires that the informed consent include telling the pregnant person that an abortion increases health risks in future pregnancies. Doubles the civil penalty for failure to comply.

HJ589 – Robert Marshall

  • States that Virginia law recognized a fetus as a person prior to Roe.

Budget Amendments

394 #7h – Dave LaRock

  • Provides funding for an increase in incarceration associated with a 20-week abortion ban.

4-5.04 #3h – Robert Marshall

  • Prohibits state funds from being used for abortion unless required by federal law.

2018

Bills

HB1182 – Dave LaRock

  • Requires a person whose fetus is diagnosed with a irremediable congenital or chromosomal anomaly incompatible with life to be provided materials on neonatal hospice and palliative care.

SB541 – Mark Obenshain

  • Backdoor “personhood” bill: States that a person who, by driving under the influence, somehow causes the death of a fetus, is guilty of manslaughter.

Budget Amendments

290 #1h – Ben Cline

  • Prohibits funding for abortions that are not eligible for federal Medicaid matching (fetal anomaly). Prohibits funding for any entity that performs abortions except hospitals. Makes organizations that provide abortion care last priority in state contracting or grant-making.

4-5.04 #1h – Dave LaRock

  • Prohibits funding for abortion services except as required by federal law.

4-5.04 #1s – David Suetterlein

  • Prohibits budget funding for abortion services except as required by federal law.

2019

Bills

HJ715 – Kathy Byron

  • Prohibits all state funding for the provision of abortion services except in cases of life endangerment.

SB541 – Mark Obenshain

  • Backdoor “personhood” bill: States that a person who, by driving under the influence, somehow causes the death of a fetus, is guilty of manslaughter.

Budget Amendments

4-5.04 #1h – Dave LaRock

  • Prohibits funding for abortion services except as required by federal law.

4-5.04 #1s – David Suetterlein

  • Prohibits funding for abortion services except as required by federal law.

292 #1s – Siobhan Dunnavant

  • Restricts funding for LARC pilot program.

297 #1h – T. Scott Garrett

  • Prohibits funding for abortions that are not eligible for federal Medicaid matching (fetal anomaly). Prohibits funding for any entity that performs abortions except hospitals. Makes organizations that provide abortion care last priority in state contracting or grant-making.

4-5.04 #1c – Conference amendment

  • Prohibits funding for abortion services except as required by federal law.

Add Your Name

We fight for a future that includes access to all reproductive health care no matter your zip code or employer. Virginia must lead the charge. Are you with us?