COMMENTARY: If the Supreme Court’s six originalist justices are truly originalists, they will end abortion altogether in their ‘Dobbs’ decision, which should have happened in ‘Roe.’
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The Texas Catholic Conference, the public policy voice of Texas’ 16 Catholic dioceses and 20 bishops, issued a Sept. 3 statement. Its sentiments were echoed by other U.S. bishops.
State attorney general: ‘Arkansas has taken a strong stance to protect the unborn from inhumane treatment.’
Pro-life analysts are optimistic about legal gains at the state level if Kavanaugh is confirmed, but caution that it’s unlikely the 1973 Supreme Court decision would be reversed by a single action.
Pro-life leaders say the Republican sweep gives them an opportunity to roll back legal abortion — but others warn the movement risk gains by not investing in their own alternatives to Planned Parenthood.
The Senate has a bipartisan pro-life majority, but a number of key Senate races could determine whether it will hold after Nov. 8.
Abortion supporters and pro-abortion-rights journalists continue to cite a 2005 article, co-authored by researchers with documented ties to the abortion industry, which claims the unborn don’t feel pain at 20-weeks gestation.
The bill, signed into law on May 25, is named the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
The law prohibits abortion sought solely because of a diagnosis or potential diagnosis indicating the unborn child has Down syndrome or any other disability.