More 'heartbeat' abortion bills advancing in Midwest and South

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(Worthy News) - If a new Mississippi law survives a court challenge, it will be nearly impossible for most pregnant women to get an abortion there.

Or, potentially, in neighboring Louisiana. Or Alabama. Or Georgia.

The Louisiana legislature is halfway toward passing a law — like the ones enacted in Mississippi and Georgia — that will ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, about six weeks into a pregnancy and before many women know they're pregnant. Alabama is on the cusp of approving an even more restrictive bill. [ Source: Fox News (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “More 'heartbeat' abortion bills advancing in Midwest and South”

  1. 25 Republican white men just did the most amazing thing I have seen 25 white Republican men do in the last 65 years of US history. They outlawed abortion, except in the rare case that the pregnancy would do serious physical harm to the mother. I am amazed.

    For this, I could forgive all the Republican mistakes, sins and errors of those same last 65 years. Because, Alabama's Republicans plan to use this to get it before a new and improved US Supreme Court.

    Lord willing. May our Lord be willing to finally overturn abortion in the US of A.

    It has always been men's problem. It was a male led US Supreme Court that opened the door and let Satan run amok. Even then, in the 60's when US States (like Washington State, and Alaska, etc) began to legalize abortion, with terms, no one even tried to make it legal up to and including the day the baby was born during delivery. That would have allowed Meghan Markle Windsor to fly to the USA, and though a week overdue, have the pregnancy induced solely that her new son could be killed, and get away with it. And right now, there are US States where that is legal.

    Shame, shame upon the States that do these things. Shame.

    And God bless these men, who are men, finally, in Alabama. I thought never to see real men again in the USA. I am so glad to have been wrong to have given up on finding real men again, in the USA.

    Hallelujah, Thank you, Jesus.

  2. Angela,
    I don't think these are 25 white republican men. I think they are 25 real Christians or at least God-fearing men. Also I doubt the fact that they are men has anything to do with it. Seems to me it is the women who are are activists for being pro-(abortion) women's choice. Please don't ascribe to men the evil that belongs to Satan. It is a spiritual battle, not a battle of the sexes or races or political party. That's what Satan wants us to believe...he is the great deceiver, isn't he? Let's get into the habit of rejecting Satan's temptations to blame all his evil deeds on different divisions he has caused.

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