Tennessee would keep a record on the number of abortions by gathering death certificates for aborted fetuses under a bill introduced in the General Assembly. The move would also likely to maintain public accounts on which women are having abortions. Rep. Stacey Campfield stated, All these people who say they are pro-life – at least we would see how many lives are being ended out there by abortions. According to the provision, abortion providers would have to file a death certificate after ten days of an induced termination of a pregnancy. House Judiciary Chairman Rob Briley predicts some legal problems that would accompany with the unborn fetuses, whether they be aborted or not. Since, death certificates would require identification like Social Security numbers. Although, the anti-abortion group Tennessee Right to Life has not taken any position on the death certificate bill. The bill would have a tough time in passing through the Democratic controlled House but there are chances of green signal by the Republican-controlled Senate.