Pepsi without fetal tissue, contrary to unpopular conspiracy beliefs (Photo by Mike Mozart)
A few weeks ago, we spotlighted a half-baked bill from the state Senate. bob hallR-Edgewood allows pharmacists to refuse to dispense abortion pills without good reason, even though they live in a state where doctors can only legally prescribe them. abortion medicine to save my mother’s life.
Well, Hall came back with another bill that made no sense. This appears to have been written in response to the hoaxed issue of fetuses being in Pepsi, but inadvertently legalizes eating fetal tissue. Senate Bill 314 It states that you may not sell medical, cosmetic, or food products containing human fetal tissue unless clearly labeled.Or, put another way, a person can sell those products as long as They are clearly labeled.
As you might imagine, Texas already has laws regarding what to do with human remains, making fetal food illegal. corpse abuseIt is a felony, including selling and dissecting it. Hall’s new bill seems to have created a loophole.
Such results are to be expected when creating laws on non-existent issues. Reuters had to debunk the myth last month that aborted babies are edible after viral tweets from users including “Raw Egg Nationalist” and posts on her Facebook. @baby gravy 9) claimed that “flavor enhancers made from aborted fetal tissue are being eaten without the consumer’s knowledge”. It is true that the controversial HEK 293 cell line, derived from fetal cells harvested in the 1970s, has been used to study the cellular effects of sweeteners and flavors, but those cells are It ended up not being food.
Are there any existing problems associated with fetal remains? Lack of support for parents who have to bury miscarried children. A common miscarriage story is the sudden realization by parents that they don’t know what to do with the remains or who can help. House Bill 1452 from Rep. Raphael M. AnchiaD-Dallas will need an insurance plan to cover medical and life insurance costs. burial Also cremation For fetuses older than 20 weeks after fertilization. Hope this helps.