Arkansas is trying to ban all abortions in the state

Arkansas Republican legislators have filed legislation that would amount to an outright ban on abortion in their state, a provocative move aimed at forcing the Supreme Court to reconsider its decision legalizing the procedure in the 1973 Roe v. Wade 場合.

State Sen. Jason Rapert, who filed the bill which would only allow abortions in the case of ectopic pregnancies or when the life of the mother was endangered, called the movethe triggerto begin the process of pushing the nation’s highest court to rule on Roe.
This is a direct response to the 60 million-plus innocent babies who have had their lives taken,” he told the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
To be clear: Conservative-leaning statesprimarily in the South and Midwest/Plainshave worked diligently in recent years to pass legislation that restricts when and where a woman can have an abortion. による Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive rights think tank, 15 statesintroduced, moved or enacted six-week abortion bans in 2019: フロリダ, ジョージア, Illinois, ケンタッキー, ルイジアナ, メリーランド, ミネソタ, ミシシッピ, ミズーリ, ニューヨーク, オハイオ, South Carolina, テネシー, Texas and West Virginia.
    What’s different with what’s going on in Arkansas right now is that the ideological makeup of the Supreme Court has changed dramatically over the last few months. ザ・ of liberal giant Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the nomination and confirmation of conservative Amy Coney Barrett in her place has shifted the court clearly to the right.
    In fact, Barrett’s views on Roe v. Wade were a regular feature of questions lobbed her way by Senate Democrats during her confirmation hearings. バレット, しかしながら, offered little guidance as to how she might vote if a case challenging Roe came before her.
    The debate over the future of abortion is where it was before the hearings began: Barrett as a law professor working at a Catholic university made clear that she was opposed to abortion and as a judge voted twice to revisit her colleaguesopinions that struck down abortion restrictions. 加えて, she had to supplement her record when CNN reported upon undisclosed talks she gave as a law professor to student groups that oppose abortion.. After hours of testimony, しかしながら, Barrett never strayed from her mantra: As a judge she would follow the law and leave her personal opinions aside.
    My policy views, my moral convictions, my religious beliefs do not bear on how I decide cases nor should they, it would be in conflict with my judicial oath,’ she said.

    That lack of clarity from Barrett hasn’t stopped Republican lawmakers from drawing conclusions about how sheand the courtmay rule if a challenge to legalized abortion eventually came before it.
    I think they’re looking for the opportunity to do that,” Rapert, the Arkansas Republican, said of the court and overturning Roe. “They have to have the right case or the right piece of legislation before them to do that.
    多分! And because Barrett has been on the court for less than a monthshe was confirmed October 27we don’t yet have any similar rulings in which she played a part to analyze.
      But it’s also worth remembering that the most recent major decision by the Supreme Court on abortion did not go the way pro-life activists wanted. In a 5-4 ruling in June, the court declared a Louisiana law that banned doctors from performing abortions unless they had admitting privileges at a nearby hospital as unconstitutional. Chief Justice John Roberts, appointed to the court by Republican President George W. ブッシュ, sided with the majority.
      In short: Figuring out exactly how each of the nine justices will vote on any given case is no easy task. But as evidenced by Arkansaslatest efforts, it is becoming clear that we are likely to see some serious challenge to Roe appear before the court in the not-too-distant future.

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