Tennessee Gov. Signs ‘Baby Olivia Act’ Requiring Schools to Show Students Video of Unborn Baby Developing in Utero

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed the ‘Baby Olivia Act’ into law, requiring public schools to show school children a “high-quality, computer-generated animation or high-definition ultrasound” of unborn babies as they develop in the womb.

According to Life Site, “family life curriculum is required by Tennessee law in all counties where the teen birth rate exceeds 19.5 per 1,000 females between the ages of 15 and 19, which amount to 78 of the state’s 95 counties, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).”

The law says the computer-animated “Baby Olivia” video by Live Action, which shows fertilization and fetal development from conception, is an example of an animation that would meet the law’s requirements.

“BREAKING: The Baby Olivia Act has been signed into law in Tennessee. This law ensures that over 1 million TN public school students will be taught scientifically accurate information about when life begins using world-class educational materials like Live Action’s Baby Olivia,” Live Action founder and president Lila Rose said.

“[Baby Olivia] can bring her hands together at 7 ½ weeks, and separate fingers and toes emerge. She can also begin to hiccup,” the video explains.