Here’s The List of New York Legislators Who Voted to Legalize Abortions Up to Birth

State   Micaiah Bilger   Feb 1, 2019   |   8:20PM    Albany, New York

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has taken most of the criticism for signing a radical pro-abortion bill into law last week.

And while Cuomo certainly should be held accountable, so should the majority of New York state lawmakers who voted to strip away all protections for unborn babies – and then celebrated afterward. Supporting the killing of unborn babies for basically any reason up to birth is reprehensible, and it’s something voters must remember when they go to the polls in 2020.

Last week, the New York governor, who claims to be Catholic, signed the pro-abortion law to legalize the killing of unborn babies for basically any reason up to birth in the state.

Polls indicate the new law is radically out of touch with most Americans’ views on abortion. However, a strong majority of state Assembly members and a majority of state Senators still voted for it.

Their votes allow unborn babies to be aborted for any reason up to 24 weeks and up to birth for “health” reasons, a broad category that includes basically anything. The new law redefines a “person” as “a human being who has been born and is alive,” and describes abortion as a “fundamental right.” The law also removes state protections for infants born alive in botched abortions and penalties for non-abortion fetal homicide.

The final vote in the state Assembly was 95-49, and the final vote in the state Senate was 38-24. The primary sponsors of the legislation were state Sen. Liz Krueger and state Assemblywoman Deborah Glick.

Here is a list of the New York Assembly members who voted “yes”:

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Abbate

Abinanti

Arroyo

Aubry

Barrett

Barron

Benedetto

Bichotte

Blake

Braunstein

Bronson

Buchwald

Burke

Cahill

Carroll

Cook

Cruz

Cymbrowitz

Davila

De La Rosa

DenDekker

Dickens

Dilan

Dinowitz

D’Urso

Englebright

Epstein

Fahy

Fall

Fernandez

Frontus

Galef

Glick

Gottfried

Griffin

Gunther

Hevesi

Hunter

Hyndman

Jacobson

Jaffee

Jean-Pierre

Jones

Joyner

Kim

Lavine

Lupardo

Magnarelli

McDonald

McMahon

Mosley

Niou

Nolan

O’Donnell

Ortiz

Otis

Paulin

Peoples-Stokes

Perry

Pheffer Amato

Pichardo

Pretlow

Quart

Ramos

Raynor

Reyes

Richardson

Rivera

Rodriguez

Romeo

Rose D.

Rose L.

Rozic

Ryan

Santabarbara

Sayegh

Seawright

Simon

Simotas

Solages

Steck

Stern

Stirpe

Thiele

Titus

Vanel

Walker

Wallace

Weinstein

Weprin

Williams

Woerner

Wright

Zebrowski

Heastie (Speaker)

Here is a list of the state Senators who voted “yes”:

Bailey

Benjamin

Biaggi

Breslin

Brooks

Carlucci

Comrie

Gaughran

Gianaris

Gounardes

Harckham

Hoylman

Jackson

Kaminsky

Kaplan

Kavanagh

Kennedy

Krueger

Liu

Martinez

May

Mayer

Metzger

Montgomery

Myrie

Parker

Persaud

Ramos

Rivera

Salazar

Sanders

Savino

Sepúlveda

Serrano

Skoufis

Stavisky

Stewart-Cousins

Thomas