House Republicans have spent their first 100 days in power discussing plans to cut social programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and food assistance and conducting half-baked and conspiracy-fueled investigations.
Although Gov. Ron DeSantis did not refer to or comment on the proposed bill during his March 7 speech, he has previously signaled his support for the legislation and during a February briefing said he would readily sign it.
The governor suspended Warren in August over the prosecutor's signing of statements that said he would not pursue criminal charges against seekers or providers of abortion or gender transition treatments.
“If we take back the House and the Senate, I can assure you we’ll have a vote on our bill,” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said on Tuesday. “If the Democrats are in charge, I don’t know if we’ll ever have a vote on our bill.”
State regulators used patient records to determine the clinic performed 193 abortions that violated the 24-hour waiting period rule, but a clinic manager argues she did not know when the law went into effect.