HR 1833 | definition of HR 1833 by Medical dictionary
HR 1833 Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 1995 Obstetrics, medical ethics A congressional act banning abortions in which the physician 'partially vaginally delivers a living fetus before killing it and completing the delivery.'. See Partial birth abortion.
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The Almanac of American Politics, 1998, for legislation passed in 1995-96 Catholic Outcome Legislation Position in House Reduce medicare Growth (HR 2425) Opposed Passed Override Product Liability Veto (HR 956) (**) Failed Increase Minimum Wage (HR 1227) Supported Passed Welfare Reform (HR 3734) Opposed Passed Flag Amendment (HJ Res 79) (**) Passed Drop EPA Limits (HR 2099) Supported Passed Repeal Assault Weapons Ban (HR 125) Opposed Passed Override Partial-Birth Abortion Veto Supported Passed (HR 1833) Cuban Embargo (HR 927) Opposed Passed Bar Bosnia Troop Funding (HR 2770) Opposed Failed Cut Anti-Missile Defense (HR 3230) Supported Failed Bar U.
In just one case -- the override of the partial-birth abortion veto (HR 1833) -- Republicans supported the bishops' position 215-15, while the Democrats opposed it 70-121.