View Amendment Current Amendment: 108 to Bill 474

Reps. King and Bamberg propose the following amendment (LC-474.SA0402H):

Amend the bill, as and if amended, SECTION 2, by adding a Section to read:

Section 44-41-750.  If a woman is the victim of a sexual assault on private property abutting public lands categorized as a public park or monument, state or federal, or privately held land in conservation trust or easement, and if that assault results in a pregnancy for which the woman is denied access to an abortion due to time expiry, then that property on which the assault occurred must be seized by the State. The value of the property must be paid to the woman who was assaulted, became pregnant as the result of the assault, was denied an abortion due to time expiry. The property must be condemned, and any buildings or structures razed. The land immediately must be turned over to a conservation land trust or be titled to a conservation easement and no further structures built on the property for perpetuity.