Following on the heels of a House member, a second Texas legislator with ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council files a companion bill to the state’s proposed 20-week abortion ban.
The much maligned and now court embroiled so-called “fetal pain” ban in Georgia probably won’t be overturned, but Democrats will give it a try.
Like all anti-abortion politicians, the claim of “fetal pain” is really an excuse to end abortion all together.
Personhood measures are billed as the most direct threat to Roe v. Wade, but it is the 20 week bans we need to pay the most attention to.
Citing “constitutional issues,” the bill has been tabled for now.
The New Republic has a fascinating article about the man who may change the course of a woman’s right to choose.
If you can’t pass a bill yourself, there’s always something else you can tag it on to.
The two groups are challenging the country’s most restrictive so-called “fetal pain” ban yet.
As the House Judiciary Committee prepares to mark up the D.C. 20-week abortion ban, the District’s sole representative tells the GOP to stop using the women of the city as their pawns.
Will the McCormack/Hearn lawsuit open up access to abortion for everyone?