The bill was approved from 92 to 78, said McMichen.
Republican Bryan Kemp supports the legislation and is expected to sign it.
"Georgia values life, we advocate for the innocent and talk to those who can not speak for themselves.The brave actions of the legislator confirm our priorities and which we thank these MPs for their leadership and welcome their indisputable courage "
"Abortion is not allowed, or it is done if the unborn child is determined to have a human heart," the bill says unless the pregnancy risks life or represents a significant and irreversible physical injury to the pregnant woman. of the bill, state official Ed Sesler, Republican, said abortion is a "barbarous procedure" and many other options exist for women, including taking a "morning after" pill.
The US Civil Liberties Union said it would turn to court if Kempe signed the bill. It says that legislation "will ban safe, legal abortion and criminalize the most intimate decision women and couples do."
The State Senate endorsed the Bill last Friday and sent a version with changes back to the Hall.