When the laws in Texas, Idaho and Tennessee go into effect, a dozen states in total will have banned abortion.
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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.’
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.