Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) introduced the first of the three bills, H.R. 3802, which would require abortion providers to obtain written certification from a woman seeking an abortion, then to wait 24 hours after that certification before performing the abortion.

The second bill, H.R. 3803, was introduced by Rep. Trent FranksTrent FranksOvernight Health Care: House passes 20-week abortion ban | GOP gives ground over ObamaCare fix | Price exit sets off speculation over replacement House passes 20-week abortion ban Trump administration backs 20-week abortion ban MORE (R-Ariz.), and would prevent abortions in Washington, D.C., of fetuses determined to be older than 20 weeks. Franks's bill has 49 co-sponsors.

Finally, Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) introduced H.R. 3805, with 44 co-sponsors. That bill would require women seeking an abortion to be given the chance to view an ultrasound of their unborn child before obtaining the abortion.