"What we desperately need is a real protection of conscience, in law, that says we have the right to conscientiously object to the taking of human life – and a private right of action," said Harrison. "Then we, as citizens, can protect ourselves."
"It’s unequivocal that a fetus who is undergoing a procedure will have their heart rate increase. They will withdraw from needles or sharp objects. They will have a release of stress hormones," she said.