Vermont medical examiners view the loss of a fetus after 20 week gestation as a death and they will issue a birth and death certificate to the parents. In addition, Vermont also has specific regulations around the burial of an unborn child after 20 weeks gestation. (link)
However, the language in Article 22, if adopted, would prevent ANY protections for an unborn baby until birth. At just 22 weeks gestation, a fetus can feel pain and is capable of living independently of his or her mother. Science and technology have advanced to the point where babies can routinely be saved earlier and earlier in pregnancy. Article 22 ignores the science and medical advances.