>The law Georgia Gov. Kemp signed this May does include an exception in cases of rape and incest. As the law is written, it requires that the pregnancy is at 20 weeks or less and an official police report must be filed alleging the rape and/or incest.
The same is currently true for Alabama but the state's House has passed a bill without an exception for rape and incest. The Senate is currently weighing an amendment from Democrats asking for an exemption in cases of rape and incest. A vote on the measure is expected Tuesday.
>the state's House has passed a bill without an exception for rape and incest.
>>142605(OP) >what were they thinking?
Brilliant maneuver to force a supreme court battle. As of today, the generalized supreme court test for whether or not an abortion law is legal is the "undue burden" test, that is, an abortion law must not act as an undue burden on free choice.
Not having an exception provision for the health/life of the mother has been found de factor as an undue burden. Therefore, Alabama is forcing the issue to the Supreme Court which conservatives now control.
>>142605(OP) >have rape baby in you >actually having to think about whether or not you want to keep it long enough for the fucking thing to grow a heartbeat
if its really that traumatic then they wouldn't need to wait that long to know that they want an abortion.
/ge/ is for small government unless its determining rules for your girlfriends pussy, makes sense, it amazes me how cucked this place is, you want a big daddy king, you want big daddy monarchs, you want to kneel to a queen, you want other men to determine what your gf can do with her pussy, lmao. You fags are actually the biggest cucks on the planet.
The stories and discussions posted here are works of fiction and falsehood, none of which are to be taken literally under any circumstances. All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.