While the case will not set precedent for abortion law itself, it will have ramifications for how much discretion attorneys general of one party have in states where the other party occupies the governor’s mansion. Meanwhile, the Court still hasn't announced whether it will hear a case on Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban.
The National Abortion Federation’s own instructional materials describe dismemberment abortions as 'grasping a fetal part,' then 'withdraw[ing] the forceps while gently rotating it' to achieve 'separation.'
January 13, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – With the dawn of a new year as well as impending elections, state legislatures across America are gearing up for another year of abortion battles, with supporters and opponents alike preparing legislation of various kinds. Two measures are pending before the Florida Legislature: SB 404, which requires written parental consent before a minor’s abortion, and SB 734, which bans abortions sought specifically on the basis of a diagnosis or suspicion that a child has Down syndrome. “This is not a huge departure from current law,” said Republican state Sen. Kelli Stargel of the parental consent […]