Abortion, Big govt, Politics

More States Fight for Life

Although Alabama’s recent abortion legislation has taken the spotlight in the fight for the most fundamental right to life against the Left’s culture of death, at least thirteen states are considering new “pro-life” legislation. According to a report by The Hill, Alaska is considering what would be “the nation’s strictest abortion ban,” which moves to make abortion illegal and defines abortion as “murder of an unborn child.” Republican South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has said he will sign a “heartbeat” law banning abortion at six weeks if the state Senate puts the House-passed bill on his desk. Read more…

Here’s more from The Hill…

In 2019, states are taking action to restrict or expand access to abortion amid a national debate over Roe v. Wade.

Multiple states such as Kentucky and Georgia have passed bills that ban abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, around six weeks of pregnancy, while Alabama recently passed the strictest abortion law in the country, banning the procedure with few exceptions.

Several other states are considering “trigger” laws that go into effect to ban abortion should Roe v. Wade be overturned, while other states like New York have passed bills that enshrine abortion rights.

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